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Array *tj*r  V.  ���5  I*  w  i  '  ...,,  j~:  ;l  ���  ��� I  i j   ���  1 I y  i t  Zolwnteer project . ��� ��� ,' V i ? '  ''' ��� ������������������. i ij|..   -     ,���ir  . ��� .,����������� w��.^�����^.���^y     J v ( *f     t 1  Family Life Association  ��� ����� �� 1       ' i'   ' '7  considered as local need  WHEN family problems attract the attention of the )ocal Family Division, Com-i  mittee, they have usually reached a crit-  ical point which could ppssibly have heen  avoided if the services of a Family Life)  Association had been available, , ,��,  Manned mostly by - volunteer- hel��>,  these associations are doing a wonderfuj  is in the process of arranging a family life  education course to be presented through^  the qight'school program,  Svich a program triggered off interest  $t Nwaimo which eventuality resulted in  the now highly successful Family IMn  ^.ssQCiftUon Which in it? three years of  operation has counselled 807 families and  West GanacUan Qraphic" industries  304 W-aat &tb Ave. ,  Vancouver iQt b," c,        _    .    _��7  tJeinvice  -2nd class Mon  This Issue 12 Pages -  , Serving thp Sunshine Coqst, ({Howe Soupd to 4ervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Undjng, Grqhthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts* Creek,   /  - Wilson Cfieek, Selmo Pork, Sechelt,'HolfmQP|i 'Boy, Secret Cove, Pendar Hofbgyr, Madeira Park, Kleindgle, Irvine's Landing, Earl Coye, Egmpnt     '  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THB SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST. ,    Volume 8^ No 49 - WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3,1971  Sechelt Village ...  job across the province, "With the hope ' conduced   1,551   interviews   in   addition  of forming such an organisation pn "th6 \ fa Ufr1 educational service.  Sunshine Coast, members of��� the Fa^'ty/!  Division Committee invited Rev. Dr. Clyde,  Woolard, President of the Nanaimo Fam1-' ',  liy Life Association to a meeting held'ip;  the Regional Board office "at Davis Bay  on Wednesday, October 27th. ���  .., '  Members of the village'councils of Sechelt and (Gibsons ' and the Regional  Board together with representatives from  the press were invited to get an insight  into what Is being done iri the Nanaimo  area.  The Nanaimo Association was established in 196? and has progressed to the  stage where it acts as an "umbrella" association for a Youth Drop-In Committee  and a Meals on Wheels Committee.  Major pui pose of he Family Life Association is to provide counselling for  families under stress, in an' informal atmosphere in an easily accessible location,  free from any stigma and without a^long  waiting .period for an appointment.  Its secondary purpose, is" to*~ provide  various educational programmes such as  a course for those preparing to get married, a night-school program for family  living, growth-'or human potential groups  which enable a person'to, recognise and  develop his; potential, provision of a'lib'  rapy of family-life and related literature  and co-operation with other agencies in  arranging community forums jjr_jgublic  meetings , ~*~  VOLUNTEERS  '-Counsellors at the centre include clergymen of all denominations "and social  workers who. donate their*"tim"e and have  helped train persons such as "housewives  who now���act as counsellors. Professional  people- who"give counsel" also serve with?  out remuneration.  Cost of operation comes from Provincial G���overnment( grants, membership and  donations, fees for services, united appeals, etc. .AlthoughcJio-pne. is pressed to  pay for counselling service, a rate structure has been set up for those who can  pay a fee,  LOCAL  NEED  Chairman of the local Family Division  Committee is Rev.* Jim Williamson who  has served in this capacity for two years  and knows that there is. tremendous need  locally for a Family Life Association.  $erving on this committee with Rev.  William*5on are people appointed by Jq-  s*al government who meet once a month  Ratepayers lake issue  with Board moralizing  CRITICISM and suggestions in a letter  io the Regional Board from the Regional Ratepayers Association, was read  at last Board meeting and turned over to  the Executive Committee, chaired" by J.  Tyner, for consideration.  Letter stated:  It was resolved at our last public  meeting on October 6th, 1971, that* our  Ratepayers' Association does not approve of your official protestations  against the proposed Marijuana Legislation and the Amchitka blast.  It was further resolved that 'the Sun-  shine Coast Regional District was not  elected for, or authorized to act, as a  censor on matters concerning moral isr  sues. .' "���"���  It was also resolved at our last meet-  4ng,.-that we request tjie Regional Board  to open the last half hour or so of their  meeting for general questions' and answers. Upon recommendation by our e#-  ecutive, we offer the following alterpa-  tive; recognizing the potential problems.  Because of the apparent lack of communication, we suggest that lines of communication be established \yitb the Sun-  '-shine Coast Regional District Ratepayers-  Association, in the form of a responsible'  delegate^ attending your Committee meeti  ings as well as your regular meetings���  with the understanding that any conclusions of these meetings will be published  upon approval of the Committee Chaii*7  man or the Board as a whole.  We further rScoffnftend that a meeting  between representatives -of - the^Sunshine"  "Coast Regional District and the SCRDR  Association take "plaCe to formulate the  basic framework within this resolution,  to the motua} satisfaction of all cpji-   cerhed.  ���  t  GUIDELINES have now been forwarded    include:," buildings,   roads    and   streets,  j. _     _!> ��� _��� i_j.: * .     j.    i. _     i          i__    3   ���A~.���^.��*4-�� a~��   -P**.ni1i4-t#*r>    ��w4ow   o��^  to municipalities in respect to loans  now available under the new Federal-  Provincial Employment Loans Program  which, to large extent, amount^ to a  winter works scheme offering substantial  benefits to smaller communities.  Some !j>2l million has been allocated to  enable municipalities to undertake during  1971 and 1972, beneficial capital projects  additional to those previously planned for  construction during 1971-72 and 1972-73.  This will encourage additional construction activity duning the forthcoming winter.  Most significant benefit to communities sufficiently interested to pursue the  matter is the fact that apart from availability of .capital, the loan can be spread  over a twenty year period, it is not necessary to go to the people and, most im?  pprtant���a 75% forgiveness on total labor  costs is written into the scheme.  At this time, it is necessary to make  application for the loan by January 31st  1972. Works considered under the scheme  parks and recreation facilities, water and  sewer works,���road allowance clearance  in advance pf construction etc.  The program should prove of .particular benefit to Sechelt where Council  is presently working on plans for an addition to the Village offices with the  object of providing accommodation for  a number of government departments.  Cost has been estimated at $30,000 and as  a major proportion Qf building today is,  taken up with labor costs, it is impossible  the forgiveness of 7"% of payroll could  have local taxpayers close to $10,000.  It is r��galie4 that a few years ago  Council igpqrelA winter works program  which paid $$% pf labor cost on municir  pal works pro j pets. At that time $20,000  was spent pn, the municipal hall building,  $9,00'B"6n ro"ad; works and $7,000 on a park  building-  Not one cent ,was claimed.  Qibsons Council, always alert to such  -grants, is pr��st3ptjy investigating possibilir  ties off participation in the current program in regards to the need of sidewalk  and other road works within the Village.  ^Gibsoas- Council concerned  at Regional Board's action  Acid comment . . .  Lemonade sale objection  stubbed tender feelings  pepplp they can also more readily assess  a situation and make recommendations  when necessary to the juvenile court. '  Working in co-operation with adult  education coordinator Mr. Glen Bawtjn-  heinior, the" Family Davision CdminiWee  l-ltf *��,*   "  ��� ��>��*���%�����(���   MV-***  '�� i.  \>  eK-vVn- -7 / f-.i \r-r^**"\r"\  |*m*ll"SW"J*���i*"**���"'*"����������������""���**���"������*���    *0m**��A**<��m��~*mm*m***mm0*^*0**L*.*mrm***'*0V**-  BEATEN TO PUNCH  Wednesday October 20 Alderman Joe  Homier moved thut a now water lino to  tho Porpoise Bay Wharf bo Installed, At  Uiu meeting of tho Regional Board, tho  following day, report from tho works  Huporlntondont rovonlec) tlio fact that a  rtow lino had already boon installed by his  crow.  lhe board which seemed to accuse the  Times-pf~x:reat}ng poor public relations,  in a report about the sale of citric-acid  lemonade at sch&ols, .  At a previous board meeting a letter  a\yas read fsom Dr, T. C. Webb protesting  the serving of sjjch lemonacje at Langdale  School, After some discussion, trustees  approved ** motion "y/ltich was reported  in the School Board minutes as follows  "'That a letter be sent to the principals  .outlining'Dr. Webb's request and informing them of the Board's request for a  dental hygiene program".  , TI.vb Times reported,-"That tj letter he  pent Jo the principal of Langdale School  outlining Dr, Webb's objection and recommending thut in view of the dental,  hygiene prograihioe, the sale of lemonade  be discontinued",  Commenting on the matter, School  Boaid chairman Shieja Kitson pointed out  .Board policy that complaints should be  discussed with Iho principal, v  Principal hi Langdulo School, Mr, Pass-  mprqi   afwurod   llie   board.- in   Ills   Jotter  Unit only milk products and apple -juice  are now being'nerved at tho school,  QPEICJAL CLASSES  I'rufltcos Borniu*d', Mulligan and Bill  Nimmo . HoiigfH asfmranco from Dlstrlot  sMporJn|ondoi)t Jl, R, Jlanna that children  LAST TICKET  , After..polling its last ticket on Sunday  night; -Lungdalo ferry tormlnal tlokol  boolli closed down, From November 1st,  no tickets will bo piJrchiitied at Lungdalo  and passengers travel froo'. to IIorKcshoe-   would, not be placed in ,special clusses  Bay,but huvo lo pay doublo furo on tho    Without having"'.boon, toated by qualified,  return trip, Commuter llckcls may mUH    modloo) people, AIho lhat those In special  ho purchased thin weuk al !l locations on    cIhshoh bo ro-assossed porlodlcally,    ���  lhe Sunsl|l|io Coast, '. Triialoo Mulligan also asked for fig-  principals who did not teach full time  and teachers jgiying special instruction to  a small number pf children', Mr. Mulligan  also wanted to know the number of students taking remedial reading at Elphinstone Secondary School,      , -.. .r  In discussing, special classes, Mr, Hanna outlined' the types of classes permissible under the Public Schools Act and  the minimum number of pupils required  to make thg-district eligible for special  grants, Those in opecution in the school  district include remedial or classes for  slow learners and a class for eduoable  retarded children. The Sunshine School,  said,Mr. Hanna is doing a job which tlie  school district cannot do'and' is doing it  wol).  UAJ2ARD  Tlie planning committee will look Into  a potential hazard when Rugby games  ure beipg played at Elphinstone, The  ���touch line Is wilhin feet of the cement,  steps of tho science wing which could be  dangerous, Also there aro. goal posts In  close proximity to the Couch lino.  qibsons Mayor  Mnyor Wally Poterqoiv pf Qibsons is  reported uninjured following nn accident  near yanderhoof wlifto on a hunting ex-  podition. His car slid out of control on  a hill during snow and, icy conditions.  Car damaged budly but Mayor j'otorson  continued with hunting trip.  Inaugurates highway improvement  ," >VS*Ht' '��..**"* u>< ".>!"? " v��.  *   ' i     I     .ii    ilfVfifi,'"  '^,^&^^^e&4*\*A^:-^c^!*Jkr>. ' -.J  .l.-i.^l:. f  School Project I  Precision macie gepriietrical shapes  in different types of wood, has been  the pi-oject of Pender Harbour Secondary School's. Industriial A^ts class  under supervision of Brjjno Dom/.  . brpsiM." The 12 bbies each containing  a complete set of mpde!s wUl be dis-  *} in the  ffdm  Sphool Board chairm'��U"3:li^?a'-;'^l^bii  and Pender Harbour trustee Mr. Bill  IVj^lcoimv  RCMP seek Hoodlums  following break-ins  POLJCJU are still investigating a wave of  break-ins which took place last Friday night. October 20th in the Qibsons  area. Three places of business are known  to liavcj-been entered, and a fourth suspected.  �� At Chess Enterprises Imodiums broke  into 'the premises 'and wrecked the interior to the amount of $1,000, Insicle  walls wore sprayed with pa'int, t-wo-cars  were,sprayed with block pptyt and the  office damaged.  Furlhor'damug'o was carried out inside  the Kinsmen Club-houso ut D'ougal Park  but nothing was reported stolen.  Marshall Wells store was entered mid  a number of Horns stolen Including butane  Jlghiurq and knives, _ ���    !  It Is Miispodted that 'Supep-Valu was  also entered I'Or a quantity of cliooolato  Jiars are bolievud missing.  Qibsons HCMP aro prosont'iy following  up leads but no an'osls had boon mado up  to Sunday, '' ��� /  ^j ��� ,���  SOME concern: was expressed at laet a  meeting of Gibsons Council regarding opposition by the Sunshine Coast  Regional Board to the proposed route  of the Gibsons by7pass. Alderman Gerry  Dixon said the by-pass plan is all important to the zoning proposals of the village. .... : :......... :.-..'- ������........���   Aid. Charles Mandelkau agreed and  add��d, "It was all surveyed and carefully  studied by our own engineers and the  Highways Department, I feel we should  support the existing plans.  "It would seem to me that the Board  has waited until the bitter end before  raising such protest," he commented.  Aidr'Mandelkau also expressed the  view that the project cannot be delayed  any longer, ''t-ghould.h&te'-to, see another  season of traffic through the village such  as we had^^ this Past smother," he said.  Heights Ratepayers oh Pratt Roadjror inclusion within village boundaries w��s  held over for due consideration by cpvm-:  cil. Last week Aid. Dixon expressed, the  view that interest might haye waned  somewhat now that water has been provided. Also the Regional Board has had  some-lighting installed on the road. ''I am  ��� not sure now whether they wish to comg  into the village or not but "WQUld sug?  gest one of us attend their next ratepayers  meeting in order to assertain the situa.-  tion," he said.  WATER WORKS  Aid. Mandelkau reported that work  on water-works projects, in particular  Reid Road, is not progressing as quickly  as he v/ould like. He again-stressed the  need for 'extra labor.  Aid. Dixon suggested that at this time  Depaffmept propQpals,rCouncil has npt.y^t  j-iBQ'e'viBfJ ft fepovi ��s to definite route pf  the cptrpff^.-It" vyas therefore mpvpfl that  the Department be asked- to Submit a  report pf its.'plans.  CLARIFIED  Aid. Gerry Dixon, absent frpm the  previous meeting, said he had been concerned with a report in the local puliation stating "that aldermen (the plural)  liad expressed the view that dissension  existed on Council. He said that he personally had made no such statement and,  further ,has never seen signs of dissension  among aldermen and Mayor,  The'matter had been brought up at  the previous meeting lay Aid. .Mandelkau whd also indicated,his surprise and  concern at the-artic|e in question, At that  informed by three aldermen, that they  had made no such comments, The three  were C, Mandelkau, G.- Dixon apd K,  Crosby.      '''* : ,", ������,'-.���_  DISSATISFIED' " "���  Aid. Ken Crosby reported that'lie  was not huppy with the supervision of  sower construction "or a groat deal of  clearing '.up has been- left undone, I|*i  noiiiu casts tho vlilaga jvork' crew has  taken care of the silt'oilon but there  ha,v!(! bpun numerous complaints fropi  residents, It ,Was suggested thut' if necessary, ilayment should bo held up until  HUtlsfiiction   Is   oblalnpd, ���  EXTENSION.     "  Roquusl, some montlis ago, by Gibsons  ��� �� #,  'Many inequities  Sechelt & District C of C  protests ferry rate scheme  nicidii lust w��w��l" moved tlial fi letter    J|  was -roporhlri thut tho, pi*��smtm>n aro  liiihciitMC, Kmry Authority goncrHl man- 7proH(intl,v closed pending nogotiutluns for  ngor Monty Aldous prol*intlnii. tbe h>-  iHjiilllc.'i of tlm recently anrioiiiuicd ftno  Mlniiiliiiii and cnininulor passos,  It wuh iinliul that many, pOrmannnt  rtmldonls nun lh�� twry s*U'vh.n al. vory  infrununhl InlcrvdlH, In ordoi' In guin  YwnvUl  of" Ibe  lowor'- commnt'ir UiTai*.  |t  i�� nocoiiNMiy for thorn Jo, pay m"ro tbwv  Ki;|() In advarrco for u book qf committer  naHiiiiN, Jp iifl'iml, th" giivcrnmiinl |s lakr  Ing and iislim pcoplc'ti money In advance  and Intiu'ciil froo,,hwtr} ,|o and,from Pow^  nil JlJvur liuvu IncroaHiiii, Jocal car dual-  nrn will now have to pay douljlo old ��:<����<  lu oirlor,in IhIiih In ����lo�� from Vim-  couvor for i'iiiiiIci and an a largo numlxir    ..    ,-      ,.     ,.. ...  QUowLminwii nViiflhi Jnish^M. ^ffiys^i'; ,ir^^^  a miiimiinf iiuniiportatloM, lli��/y mo will   'f������ "M*rt OIH0! "w> ,W iim" imi  be pcnali/cd by li'ivlng to'pay a lilghor    opoiuiors,  rate.' ��� ��� ��� Kr^lCTION,   " ;";*";'   * '   ' -\ ;��� "���"  llpciimlnn municipal (t|oi:i|oiiN fired off  dliiciiKNlon 1 as   to  Hooking  nuidldaloH   iim  ii new |om|o, It b'ad hcunhopud that ro-  opiMiIng would havo Jioon sotllml biifor"  tlm uiul of Oolobor but to last woollen^"- no  agreiime'il hud been reached,  TlnloilH iiold for Hi" ovont |iav��i boon  recalled and monuy rofiindod. Jlnwover,  tbo .unturtninmoiH committoo 1�� whoudy  hirmulallng 'plans for ri*n<*h��!dullnir this  popular night of oiittirlaliimonl,  HOAT RAMP,"'!  Tomporarlly suspended pliu)*t to "Ntiii  J)||h|i a paved ���boal-laimoblng rVmip* at  Pnipolnu Bay aru now back on lh�� drawing board and lndlcal|oiifi iu*f> lhat approvul will bo obtained to puvo a strip  'i,. ��� 'm^&fyl i'l  Flrlst Cut  Wlllln miiob  of  llin  chiinijo   l��  still  Hnmflwhnl vague, llio (Minmlicr nun)ib����r��  u  II  IkiiIh  ho.,1,1 ho j.ioli.Ht.'d will.out delay, Copy .        '*    ,',,^r,l1  .f lliuliitlor will al.,0 bii Torwiirilod lion.  "JJi Jl J.C *,  the evening, also to the young people ii|  tho kitchen, members say,*"We enjoyed  working With you". Also to the ladies,  ' who have put in rnany hours' with ha.w*H*  crafts etc, and thanks to the patrons who  attended the Carnival, making it such  a success,    '       ,      ��� ,��� ���  Winners for lhe big raffle were; Mr,  ���John TuJIy,, first, prisco of a burltablo ���  mado and donated by Mr, A. Ronkip, Mrs,  V, Daum, second prize, a canister set,  made and donated by Mrs. Elna War-  nock, Mf, J. Llrldle, third prize, a blue ,  -poncho mado'and donated by Mrs, ��� l'\  Olson, Tha pumpHIn gpess was wbPby  MIhs Wendy Thompson,  Mr, Hiirry Munroe won the grocery  hamper, Mrs, Denize l-iomin won tho  cuslilon ral'flo, donated by Mrs, Lil Cameron, Second prize, Mrs. Anno Scaled,  novelty carved spoon und fork sot, donated by Mr, and Mrs, Joo Maim* of Eurl's  Coy.u Ottfp,  Noxt rogulur mooiing for Uio Auxiliary  .will l.a November IOth at .** p.m., Legloh  llall, Mudo(ra Park. ' ,,,   ��� ,  ^UI*!JlJBIIJJ[BJ!ll|l!||5USJjis,rI[n!m!Ri;EI!:iant!HHQ  Ad-Briefs  point  the way  to action!  In Today's C/asslJ/ec*,- l  , 10(1(1 PLYMOUTH Sport J-'nry m, tm\r  1      barroj anlomatlo, all power, *mtif*l fi��ll,  Mnvlna country. <  HH*00Mm0m0mjH0U00**0u^~mm--^ln.nn^tm^tnm^,  ��� TlmM .Claulflodi roqeh 0W 2'SOQ homm,,  ��� Tlm���� Ctos&ificds oo INTO ih�� home* , ,  not on |own��, Mr��ot�� or In cqlyorls, ���  ��� Tlmo�� C|o68ll|cd�� aft* lovy-co&t, hlob-liotrencv'  eoM Ionia, , ,      ' r  t  Ki  '  I      '4r.  ,'S  M  1  'IM  'm  fW  *t fa  MM  Dawson  Al 0 nmMoiidnv linn, limlml DnwiWV "IllBhwny 101, Jiwl Boullviif Halfmoon   l*o|,wuui) Hueboll /unl J'ondor Jliu'-  iniidu lb�� fliHl'':iil, wllh n bulldtwur   }\t\y,.\vn lliuMhi't oi: llm winter pro-'   boiir,... '   :"(Tlrnuu pIk��U��)  jiI tlio rock 'bluff ot Trout Uika ou   }w\ for utniliihtonlna tbo |il��hw��y  RANOUKT ���     -   | ���-,-���- /���  Annual (Jmnd Maiiounl, schi*dul*;d low  (hHobar iMMIi "t Hi" J��nnlnHula Prlv��'ln  Ulnlnii Uium1',  W���� , rogrotfullif   p'|iil��4  i  liunlbcr*"o[ ("oiifii bocoma vac-  -��nd on iho lorn) RctTic' and,  tbo Chamber usually ('ittoinpts lo help in'  tbo Bi'iu'i'li for rtipahlu candldatOH, Former  Aldorman, Morgan Thomiwou would not  confirm a rumor that, ho pluunod to wok  (iloctlun, Imwuvur,������ iiulilmi" did I|��, ��l��t��y  UV    '  Phono 0Q5-9AG4  Elllilllilllllllt^^  X  ttm0fb*p,0flMiHl, 'wmimitv���lr. 9j.^^0qinfm ���  mm2f0ti0,n0i0^ima^t$mff0.  , , t * <' "* '  iiymww^'WW 0*'  SJ-  *Sl*&  .; Ij,. ;was .pojnte^;,o $W*l l��.P9 wajef shQrt��ge.thprefore_thej:B jj  ienarfrriipni ���nrnnnRali5rCriii.n('il hac nni ve>i      }S  po, di}*e   rUsjl,   AJd.   Mandelka|J  replied '  ^'  that the work is under "way and should  |ie completed "the quicker it it, finished  the quicker we start getting revenue in,"  lie added.  Successful Carnival  for Pender Auxiliary  ANOTHER successful Carnival apd' Fall  Bazaar was held.October 23rd by the  Pendei- Harbour Auxiliary", to'St., Mary's  Hospital. A large crpwd enjoyed bingo,  games of chance and sUles, The novelty  apd Jipme-baking tables were very busy,  A thank-you goes out from the Auxiliary  to  all  husbands  who did  many  .time Mayor Peterson said he had been   chores and those \v|iq participated during  *+00i*jt*4rV~**.***'jf0i0fY    -i��*"*"[ L���**^l��*w.#*<��^e'M���***,  i ryyary  er'  . ���;*    V) .11.  'if A   *-**'"*"  r  ,     i^i'iiu      .111 njLij i  The Peninsula Times   . W��^��eid��y# Nov^mbe* 3# 1971  1 '   i ���   M1   "' "   ���   " " "Vf 'Itf'Wt-WWIU'ftiU V*'1^    "        '   '' '"i"11  '" '   "  '"  "mw*>'  ThePeninsuiaY^k!*  ���.I may te wrong, but I.shall not be so wrong its to fail to say what I believe to be right."-  *��-John ATKINa  Douglas G, Whbpibr. Editor- ~ *     '*" -'."^"J"^  00K0^m0*m^wm0i00n0��0^t0m0um0U00mm0m��0mmm*m*0amK0m*m0i  ���mmtm n��)u  I.     I  mm000000f00*mmm0LTm0000fm000m,  j     *  "IF  you  can't  remember-5���Think",  In ' -people still" working for that cause with  1971 Legionflirps realize that those    -peaceful  ^h^ns^tions,  petition,  ti  t.  under 30 m$y not be able to remember  but they ask them to think.  Both generations desire peace for the  world, and each in their own way have  been most dedicated in their efforts.  Ifi t|\e. 1 9.30s and 1940s we thought that  out war would bring lasting peape and  countless Canadians gave their lives to  this end. Because' they did, today's  youth are able topersue their efforts  for peace in their own way.  their lpve| tor W$ ijnotlw, Cto this  Rememberance Bay we ask you to re*>,  ognize that you have this privilege because we also tried in our own way.  Poppies. are bought and worn to remember those who gave their lives *md  to help those veterans and dependents  who need assistance in their declining  years. .      *-  Will -you "think" and support the  Veterans are happy to observe young   .current Pappy Campaign?  *K \  Y  up  A A  fJ.  it! i  $4  '-*.. * i  r'    '  ���  $'.-  r*  *  1 ���!>  DURING the past year there have been  a number of minor outbiirsts follow^  ing various actions of the Regional  Board", ��the imposition of \\ $40 annual  tax against water users might be taken . .  as a typical example. For a short period has resigned his in .order to seek ottice  pf. time controversy raged fast and furi- of Mayor. Retiring Mayor Bill Swam has  ous but like everything else it soon took    indicated he will not seek re-election.  is called for here, in some instances.  Qn CouhQil of Sechelt,, three seats  fpr aldermen and that of Mayor'are up  lor grabs. Aldermen Benner and Nelson  complete two years terms and Aid. Lang  00000  HWWW  '(-gXPC-H-V  \^0000Hi0000m0000m*00ik000f0mt��0Mt0fi0m  JRtyrttmg  >\ SPECIALTY  WITH US  STONES  FINE GIFTS  WELCH'S CiiQQohm  PINE  SWISS  WATCHES.  SECHELT JEWEUfRS  Sechelt, B.C.  |iiHIIU)nnrri~rT���n nT**"***"  885-2421  0000000000000*010000000001  "Gee> a 3% lax <j*Ht-H��U I need now to benefit from Mr. Benson's generosity is a taxable income!'  its place upon the shelves of forgotten  issues.  Human nature is that way and possibilities of change are indeed remote.  Father .Time, it would seem, offers the  most soothing of balms."  Unfortunately, to use a well-worn  cliche, leopards do not change their  spots and the very individuals upon  whom dissatisfaction has been expressed  will, if returned to office, continue in  the vein to which We have been too  long accustomed. The average person'  is well aware, pf where change is re-  On Council of Gibsorts a similar,  situation exists. Aldermen Crosby and  Dixon complete their terms and Aid.  Goddard has resigned in order to run  against Wally Peterson who seeks reelection as Mayor.  On School Board the Gibsons area   -representation faces the electorate. Mrs.  Agness LabontQ for Oibj-otis Village,  chairman Sheila Kitson and trustees Nimmo and Mulligan al complete their terms  in office. .  ,  Since an earlier, unmitigated and  unsuccessful attempt to discredit the  secretary treasurer who, sought only to  r ,> *> *i  ,,       J -f  ^A'-iJ'- '  a  KITCHEN CABINETS  ������   ���-Mfg. by Citation  " Professionally Installed     t.  Free Estimates  ARBORITE OR FORMICA  COUNTER TOPS  NEW KITCHENS-OR OLD      -  BATHROOM VANITY  CABINETS  " ��� any size  "(Sample) 42" with arborite top  $69.95 installed  SHOWER DOORS  Tempered glass installed  Price-now only $75.00  ARBORITE AROUND YOUR  BATHTUB  5'H*9M90  All Work Guaranteed  ��� w..    Bill - 883-2406  Bok 71, Madeira Park, B.C.  www*"��*r"W  ^  MV*"'1!""-1  I000*  ..!,. 11'^1 -TUlUl.i.)l...lAJ^jJi  MMM  viU, ,--,^..aa.,,,y-l\VJ,'"'-'- ������������''  0t0m0*0000000000t00*^*00*m  ���01001*0*000  ���f  quired and will be given the opportunity    saVe tl>e taxpayer from the clutches of  to remedy the situation at the polls this,  December. However, this opportunity  will only be possible" providing alternatives are nominated.  Time  is  running out  and  at both  ���   municipal and regional levels, there is a  sorry  absence    of known    candidates.  y\ Three seats become available on the Re  gional Board as directors West and Slade  and chairman Tyner complete their terms  of office.- Certainly  a long hard look  '3 "*���  ���j 7  h ''���  K * i  *tf*  AA  empire builders, the School Bo?rd has  operated' efficiently arid with a minimum  of dissent. Councils too have executed  their duties calmly- and efficiently but  should the votors see need for change,  then the answer lies with them.  Main issue at this time is where are  the candidates?. We have capable men,  not addicted to dictatorship,--in-the-area  but they have to be found and' pursuaded  ������and fast! J  ��U.  v*  ������ f ;-  . i ��.*  3*,$     *  �� ��nell^DQ*B����  ON VARIOUS occasions in 'the past we  have commented on the* current and  dreary cry that ours "is a sick society and  that young people who.have instigated  protest and dissension have appoint*.  This, we have stated, is so, much hog-  wash for conditions iri pur western world  are far better than ever before.  We have also stressed the fact that  most of the dissension, placard carrying  and demand for change, comes not from  , the average responsible person but from  radicals and leftists. We have only to  otics. I am sick of riots, marches, protests, demonstrations, confrontations and  the other mob tantrums of people intellectually incapable of working within  the system. I am sick, of hearing the  same...stick slogans, the cries of people  who must chant the' same thing like  zombies because they haven't the capacity for verbalizing thought.  "I am sick of those who say, I owe  them this or that because of the sins  of my forefathers-^-when I have looked  down both ends of a gun barrel to de-  ����� -%..  look a, little behind the scenes, even fend Iheir rights; their liberties and their  oil'the local level, to see .clearly from families, I am sick of cynical attitudes  Where trouble emanates.' toward patriotism. lam sick of permis-  Tbe following was originally publish- siveness. 1 am sick of the dirty, the fouled in an American newspaper and has mouthed, the unwashed. I am sick of tho  since appeared in a number, of U.S. and decline of personal honesty, porsonaj  ' pastern Canadian  publications.  It just integrity and juinvan sincerity."  i'A  i    <! Ij  ,*,   -       M  ,   ���'.     ,|  *���;���- i  >'*'���  publi  about sums up tbe situation becoming  common both here and in the Slate?*.  "There are those who claim ours is  a "sick" society;, that our country is  sick; our government' is sick; that we  are sick, \Vcll, maybe they're ���right. I  "Most of all, though, I am sick of  being told I'm,sick���when we have the  greatest nation that man has even brought  forth on the fnee of the earth. Fully'50  per cent of the people on earth would  willingly trade places with tbe most de-  submit that lam sick.',.'and maybe priveel, the most underprivileged funong  you are too. I am sick of having police-    us.,."  tr.  St-  <j  -men Ridiculed and ealkld "pigs" f while  cop killers are bailed iis some kind of  folk hero. I am sick of,being'told llmti  religion is llie opiate of the people, but  niarijujina siiould be lugiilized,- I am  sick of commentators and columnists  canonizing anarchists, revolutionaries'  and. criminal rapists bul. condemning  law enforcement when such criminals  arc brought to justice, I am sick of being told tlfal pornography is llie rigltd  of a free press", bul,freedom of the,press  does not include being able Mb rend the  bible oi) tWhool grounds, 1 am siuk of  paying more "and more tuxes to build  schools while I sec some faculty members encouraging students either 10 tear  tlieni down or burn them. I iim sick of  Supreme   Court   decisions   which   lurn  criminals loose on iifwlety -while oilier  decisions lake away my means for pro-  ip-;t.lng^inyJH)nW...iiiuLfiuiiily.,_^^.��w.���I,,  "I am Islck oil' pot-smoking enier-  minors deluging me wllh their condemnation of in"y moral, slimdnids on,  late nlghl television, I mn sick of being  told ���ihai policemen are mnd dogs who  should riol have guns hul Hint criminals  who use' guns to rob, malm, and murder, should be understood and helped  back to society, 7     ,       ��� ,  "I am sick of not bciiig able lo lake  my family io a movie unless I want l.o  have llicin exposed lo nudity, homo-  sexunllly and llie glorification.of nnrc��  ,,*Mam*M*.*rw***n.*r**.r*,m��*.*.^*,***.***in,,��u,pr*i**p*m\  The PENmsuwiT^^  |��iihll��hc<l Woilncmliiyii nl Rcclwll  "*"**' *���-*���"���*��� ������"'.-'oirii.C.'* J>'iin��Iiliio Coiult ' """"'  ' . . .by'".  ,��� IVwell HIvor N��w* Town Crier ',  Nccliolt Tlinon M��l,  1     hpx 310-scciicii, ac,  ���5TitT��rrJprt(m Riitwcfn -n<lmiw)~~~���~r--*"  Ivocftl, $��$ per yenr, ftoyoml-95 mlM, $7i  ,U,H,A��� t'lQvcmm.W,        "   ,  Poet's Corner  p-000,   -��n, ���,,.i.>-i,���wwT��w..^..-i ���m- p^ii-iw��� .i.w.-,.i0.0.i,***^ m.i-0.,0,ni,,00,  ���Your contributions ore Invited  THE   CARIBOO     "  by J. Bonlhnm  Oli, tho Cariboo oounlry In tho place fojp  me - '',..,.,'  .Wlwiro tho ealtlo run wild and mori nro  I'n.'o  From llio dally-yrlnd of oluht to I'lvo  And they twvrl no rat-raw to ntwy wllvo.  No hlKhrrlHft If* hloolc tho /iuiihoI, bjuo  Or Iho floony wlillo oloiulii In Iho Hlty'ii  (Imii) blue,  Whom  Iholr  iioarosl  noiubbor, tho, |juy  fioxt.door,' i  Llvim  (lown   tho  trail,, twenty   mllos  or  moro,  Whom Iho air In fresh and oloan iind dry'  And Iha iwjidoi'ona plinm roacih to tho sky,  Whoro (.'oyolon howl around Uio door,  - Anf I t he woiyflfltt lieIr cpmrncleu ca;ll-*���--���  Whoru tho wild ..(mono Katlioi,' a hundred  or moro  For iholr ml|,U'��tlon tioulh In tbo fall,  iin /{Ivo mo  (ho ourlboo country  Wilb its fitrennm and iHvom and Jakes  Whoro yoi,ir frlondfi all eomo nenlllnn  Jiwt for frJundiililp'H salto,  Krv  >lttl>it th nreii from Port Mellon lo F.niiwrit  (llowtt Sffttftd t<? Invlt Inlet)     \  ft0m0U0mn00m0u��m*.0i0m0m**amm*Mm0im0i*,0mm0U0mm0n0U,Hm0*,  Socholt Lcqion Branch 140  "o)  ��  Legion Hall, Socholt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  .'AT,1'1�� " p*m<�� / '  JACKPOT M2S  ;,.,,,, to��oo   $10 DOOR PRIZE  js^Lmm  November 1 to April 30, the Government of British ColMifibfawHI pgy 50% of the  wages or salary you pay to anyone yoii employ who is registered in the new  Job Opportunties Program anfl who carries a "Certificate of Opportunity,"  People who grei able to work don't want social assistance. They want jobs.They want the security  of a regular^payicheque ... a renewal ��f confidence in their abilities and talents ... a feeling  that they are playing, a part in the dynamic growth of this great Province,  They can't create jobs for thei*nsel\/es. Only you can do that, And .to help you the Government  of British Colultibia will make it worth your while by paying'50% of the wages or salary for each  new job ypu create for a person who has been a,resident, of British Columbia for 12 months-  prior to November 1,. 1971, and who has been on British Columbia social assistance for the past  three months or more      ;; ., y, ��� t(  a , 0.  1 '  HOW THE PLAN WORKS'-        * \ "/  1. Each social assistance recipient who registers.In this program will be Issijed a "Certificate-  of Opportunity."        ,.       ���  , .-...-     , ���  2. This Cortiflcate qualifies tho holder for employment under the terms of the program.,  3. If you employ a person having a Certificate, you will pay that person's full wages or salary  ���and tho Government of British Columbia guarantees to reimburse you half, This alt?o applies  to fringe benefits If they are part of the normal terms of employment,  A. Tlioro is no limit to the numbor of people you may employ under the terms of this program.  5. Tho job opportunities you provido must bo.newly created and not jobs already available,  ���and.thoy. mi*st Involye a minimum,.of eight (B) continuous weeks of full-tlmo omployrhont,  6. The ���������ilarles or wages you pay must po what you normally pay your employees In each, Job  category, '"'..'''  7. Clnlm*} for reimbursement of wages or salary will bo paid by the Government on a monthly  " baslii. . .'       i  ��� 8, Anyone with a Certificate of Opportunity may bo omployod by you lindor tho Job Opportune  ,    tins Program at any tlmo botwoon November 1,1971 qnd April 30,1972,,.  COMPANlbrALL PUBLIC BODIESrOROANIZATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS WHO WOULD LIKE  TO CO-OPERATE IN THIS NEW PLAN SHOULD MAIL THE FOLLOWING FORM IMMEDIATELY!  JOB OPPOOTUMITIES.OQRflMilTTEE  Honouriiblo Dm Campbell, Chairman '  /' " :' .   ., .'," a;       ' ,".    ,     . ...      ,  w*    v*   ^     ^w"*^^     j^rfpm^f       ^*00n^0     p\i,n,\i  m     ^mmm^      ^my*^.  Hon, Dnn Cnmpboll, Chnlrmnn,  p    DrnlBlfCOlMmlM*" 0o\/ornmont  p.    Job Opportunltloa CommlUop,  U    pnrllamont Bulhllngo,  p    V|ctorH|lp.C  "NAME^���, :   ADPBr-33-  "Mff^wil "Wfyi1 0mfm  yfrO  Wo (I) would llko to O0'0|,ornto witli tlio povorriniont of fcj  Brltlsfi Columbia In crflfltlng johs for thOoci on Social Asaht* n  unco "who qualify for llio 00% British Coiumhln Job Oppor* U  tunltloa Proaram lor tho period of November 1, Wi to n  r)pr\\3Q,\f07fr-       , . ' L4  '  ; ::_ ���_ ���__! . n  ��� - p  ~ .   . .���.���. p  P*m  -**,,., 0,,m0fiMi^^Ti<i0nr*f,^p^ti  "Y*tr  r^mom no���  ii^ "i�� 'y .m^mmrmmm.  I'  V  "yj**1* *JV_       ...0.-.._ 7     "_   _  _- -   *    ���* * *     ���"��� ���*���**f�� <*   *���   *   ��� "        '    ���    *      -     '  l��*j��i inniw^im "i��^i*i>ii i<rn rnjinirtm nftfl *** ****^ ������ ��� �����-*������ ���"*������** ���1 ������������-^ *��� �� ���"*������* t* -frr-rin ��� iif'-'if ri"in"i w<rt-*j -rrmi n ���n Vf*"*--*"^ ���J������-'**-J*>ifi-*^r**i,*--ii-"J*i r***  :>**"^^b-*1* -eft; X��.: a 1t 7. vt*.  Patrol'  with  SUNSHINE  COAST RCMP  Highway Patrol  QUESTIONS pertaining to traffic laws  anci driving methods may be submitted  to Cat.'Ron Mangan, c/o -The Peninsula  Times,.Box 81Q, "Sechelt���B-.C. or phone  885^2200. ' .  Last week the entire cplumn was devoted to answering a question concerning  an unsigned driver's licence and its validity, A further question t.\oneerned the  dismissal of a speeding cliarge against an  off-duty 'RCMP officer i*n Haney, I would  .like to point out that this decision was  reversed in B.C. Appeal Court and Const,  Orvllle Nickel has* been convicted on that  Wednesday November 3, 1971      The Peninsula Times    ^^Jdge A-3  r  l  s  /  **   f&  "'        * -  * \   &  TT ��� .i if f 11-  f   ��� lif, ,- ������ T. ir    ��i    f  mn ., i  Snail's Pace  Any musician  worth fiddling  with is in the  0-S^X^  Yellow  Pages  *"./���  speeding charge. Originally  the Haney Moving like a snail with his house on   houses were unloaded from a barge rived with trucks attached and wcie  Magistrate found that the evidence was ljjg b&qK, Apex buildijig moyqr truck* at the Oibsons bo#t launch *ramp on unloaded with fto time lost, onci' a  contradictory and dismissed the uharge. safely hauls yet another ready-built   Thursday. Coming from Burnahy and make-shift ramp had been arecn-il  The.Crown appealed this decision and \mme, into the-Gibsons area.  Two    Point Grey districts both houses ar-  r  t  L.  J  CLASSIFIED  AD-BRIEFS  WILL DO  A JOB  FOR YOU.  PHONE  FOR  ACTION!  ��� Mr, Advertiser:  These Advertising  spaces ore Teal bargains for you, Sold on  contract only. For details on how to stretch  your advertising dollop phone 885-9654,  ask for specfal ad  rates.  the Appeal Court ruled that Nickel had  been speeding. Conviction carries three  demerit points on the driver's licence.  You and the Police: In the past we  . have been asked by various groups .to  have a policeman attend at one of their  gatJierings to speak to the gathering on  topics ranging from bicycle safety in  Grade School to "Ho*\v* radar works". We  would like, to expand our endeavors in  this area by" letting; the general public  know tliat such a ^ervice^ is available.  Should you or yoUr group wish to "Have  a policeman for an evening" please call  us  at  the  above   number   and  we  will  ACCOUNTANTS  RALPH C. DUCKWORTH  CHA'RtiRfeD ACCQUNTANT  malce a date. We have many films (16     _,   . aaeatiK   **T.i��k.... na*. fail  mm) available to us'and the chances ore ._TsMwitt PW-9515. - Telephone! 88^72912  that one of tliem will fit the*topica that     SfCHCLT^'BiC:,  you wish us to speak on.  I would  ask     _���,*.-....:.'../.. *   -  that talks- on drugs not be requested. The  reason   for   this   is   that   we   deal   with  drugs   on   a   strictly   enforcement   basis  and invariably such talks or discussions  GIBSONS, P.C.  7 *    W. Philip Qorelan  CHARTERED ACCOUNT ANT  Hqrris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  APPLIANCE REPAIRS  get around to the pros and cons of the T ,    B       886-2714,   Res. 886-/567  law���we as policemen are not-in a posi- *v '     H?"       v    -    " .* '  tion to comment on this, facet and it  would therefore preclude a full discussion on the matter. Give us a call and  We'll talk about it.  "  Senior   Citizen   Pedestrian   Accidents:  Pedestrian accidents involving senior citi- Guatatiteei Repairs Fast Service  zens   have   readied   tragic     proportions. WASHERS 7DRYERS - RAISES  Nearly   one   quarter   of   all   pedestrians RADIO - TELEVISION - STEREO  killed in  traffic accidents were 65 .years i-bau    dav  emtbdddiccc  of age and over and more than 10% of all * "r*''T  *        '        *"���*���'  pedestrian injuries were in this age group, Davis Boy 885-9318  although theyTepresent less than 8%  or Carry in/carry out service on. small appliances,  our population. toasters,"irons, frypons. portable heaters, hair  Head   Restraints:  Head  restraints  are ^yers< mix mQSters" VQCUums etc'  -most   effective   in   preventing   whiplash -,_, ���_,-) ,-f.i   -|  ,L ��� ��� .     i i   i i - -.ij- i ���  n.juries when adjusted properly. Ideally, ABif-   SUPPLIES  the  head  restraints (they are  not head- ****������*��*���    $����*rr-��.iEi,g ;_���._S_^1���.  AUTO SERVICE  rests J should be positioned from one to  six-inches from the person's head. An  adjustable restraint should be set so that  the top of it is no lower than the top of  the occupant's head.  Remember���the approach of Winter  rneans shorter days and more hours of  darkness. Headlights, t'ail-Jights, directional signals, windshield wipers and defrosters should be in first-class condition.  You have to see and be seen to drive  safely in winter's murky weather.  Thift column���It is hoped that' interest  in this column will continue in the form    '  of more questions beiny submitted. It was  intended thut. it be a "question and ap-  uwer" column so that we could answer  your 'questions und not editorialize with  our opinions, Feel free to write or give  us  a   plione  fall���names   are  not   used  unless requested, Wo would like Ip kefip '  it n weekly column lint it just might (urn  Inlo n monthly colutnn.  .,  ,   Skidding���Pumping your tyrnkos is the  "Bnfest way to. slop your car on snow' and  Ico while n1 the sopio time ..maintaining  lileoring control. Rapid pumping,, three lo  five times a, second, keeps, youi' wheels  rolling, preventing a dangoniuw skid,  JVeut'iill   -Does,    yuui"  clilU'l'    r)de   a . �����..*  hfiluod 'biker? " BLASTING  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  depier for Duncan's Ceramic product*  Pine R��t i firiondview AV,e��  P.O. .Box 62, Gibwn��, B.C.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your Ope Stop Bgildipg Store     .  Por AU Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview <* Phone 886-2642  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  OU NEED BUILDING !  GIVE US A GALL  FREE ESTIMATES  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315  Box 166, Port Mellon, B.C.  WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A GALL  ELECTRICIANS  (Cont.)  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  ���   Residential Wiring and Major  Applianoe^Repairs /  PHONE 885-9978  Box 387, Sechelt B.C.  i m Iim Hi   iiiiuiiii mi mim mimnm liiiriiitin  c  ANADIAN  P  ROPANE  MACHINE SHOP  At thp Sigi of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  \ Machine Shop ��� Arc ond Acty Welding  Steel Fabrjcqting ���r Marine Wpys  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721   Res, BB6-9956, 886-9326  ftflARINAS  ihiliin mwm  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlqs Parts - Good Year Tires  24 Home Towing  885-2812 or 885-9979  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCQATING  ��� STEAM CLEANING  COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP  SIMONIZING       .  .Esslemant Equipment Services  Phone 886-2784 ���'.,  Box 436, Gibsons, B,C,  Rebekah Lodge 82  Annual Fall Bazaar  ���SATUHDAY,  NoviiinhuV (llii  In tho-dnlo  Ml   I'm; HiiiihIiIiiu l|��*h��linh, I.odn��  Nn,  llii, Annnnl  Full  Huzhhc  whirl*  onoM ul  li i>,m," ,      ,  Tlini'rt \ylll lio HiiiniilhlnK In plotiHO  <!Vi*ryuiHi, Includingmipurli homo'��.'������klnnr  ' riiivolliiiH,, miwInH hthlo, ninny IUuiihmill-  nlilo dir C'Iii'IhIiiiuh hIvIiih, wlillo o|o|)hnnl  \tih\ot thtov prl/.n, Um mul ii'lmi lhn dniw  (iii���lhi) nilTIo will Im hold, "Huft ynu Ihoiu".  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ��� ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMA1 bb  FRED tibNLEY  Pondor Harbour - 883-2403  AT  Lawnmowors  CLEARANCE  20% Off  1971 Model  i Outboards  CLEARANCE  20% Off  9,0 h,p, - 40 h,p.  11 ^.|,iiiiiijMittiwiiiiiiifrTifniwniJ"T^*tr^^  GOOD USED OUTBOARDS  AWP CHAIW SAWS  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  COWRIE STREET  885*9626  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  por Expert Blasting  FREE, ESTIMATES  Phone 005-2304 L. C. Emoraon  It No Anwer l-davo Mossoao nt  01*3.2763 or 1106^737/    '   '  R.R, 1, Socltolt, B.C.  BRICKLAYING  ���_.���.���^i.���, ���-���-  1 i  A. SIMPKINS  Phono 005-2132  mm*mm*0mrmm0m*m00*mmm*0*mm0***l**000m*i*m0000m0m0*00M  nuiLDEns  CABINET ^JAECE^S  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefiinshed Before  ln5tallotipn.    *  R. BIRKIN ^- Beg'eKAver, Ro^ts Creek, B.C,  Phone 886-2551  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  * LTD.  Fill/ Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274   (  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - Rqckboes  Ditching - Excavations  OFFICE IN-BENNER BLOCK  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B,C,  PHONE 885-9550   *  RON'S CONTRACTING  ���   Clearing - Excavations - Road pql|dlno  Gradlnp - Fill - Road Gravel - Crushed Rock  Phono: Sechelt 885-9550  Land Clearing - Roqd Building  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PETE JDUBOIS  Telophono 883-2417  R.R, 1, Madeira park, B.C,  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MEU-ON lo OLE'S COW  Toll 006-2930 or 005-9973  Call Us For Your Disposal Neods,  Wlwn Ronovailng Or Sprino Cloonlnp.  CantolOflrt Avallahla.  ELECTRICIANS  Rflsldonllal - Industrial and Mnrlno Wlrlna  Eloctrlc H��ai�� Lln�� Work  Phonft 886-7244  Serving the Sunshine Coast with reliable and  economical Cooking, Heating and Hot Woter.  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin - Sechelr, B.C.  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER ��  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing        I  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas - Diesel Repairs - Welding  Evinrude Sales - OMC Parts & Service  Boat Hauling  Phone 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  Prone (604) 883-2248  COHO MARINA RESORT  Cabins - Boats - Marine Repairs  Rich and Phyllis Atwood  ,  Harry and Jean Morrison  P.O. Box 160  MERCURY DEALER  Madeira Park, B.C..  NIII*S��IIV  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURN'ACES  No down payment - Bank Interest  Ten years to pay ���*  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  Complefe line of appliances v  HAIRDRESSERS  COR JZUIPEMA      \  For All Your Renovations, Repairs  and Cabinet Work.  Phono 089-2135  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  t custom homis - miM homis  High Qunllly , , , Roouonahlo Prlco*  Bwy n i*qr\\*OQi* ond nrtsct - It -ynumolfr or flo*  our |}to|o*��lnnnl help, '  QABPUN.PAT* P-c. -fh��M.K��M, 68*472*  rLY-CONE DEVELOPMENTS &  HOUSING CORP. LTD.  5(in��hln<> Cooul ond Itlnnd*  CONVINIIONAI., AAOPULAU ANO PUfpAD  We llovo A Tliousond Idflod  Our Prk��n AmCorppaililv*  Cp.t Holhlna T�� Call 0Q5-9767 - 000.9619  Writ* Dan (>lt\ . Sacholt, B.C.  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phona Day or, Eva. 88S-2062  DILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR     -  Ereo Estlmotoa  Pliono CQ6-7477 - Glhaou*, 0,C.  Low cost ��� Hloh power  Your Owalnoss Card  In this space will  roach nearly 10,dOO'people!  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block,  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibson* 886^2322  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne.Allen, Propriotor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie. *}*.,    \ ' PlwQ  Sechelt, B.C. , 885-2818  HEATING & SHEET RrlETAt   ��� i���������i���i ��� ,)"  ���' HALL SHEET METAL  1  ��� * i , , ''        (     ,  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telophono, 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B,C,  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees 7 fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Mos&  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spwying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsom  , Every Wednesday  1    886-2248  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nathlno P"wn ^ 10 Yours To Pay  Lloht Plnmblnp  Roy Dloncho Madeira Park  883-240! 883-2778  JANITOR SERVICE "  Welcome to Tho Floorehlne Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  SpoclnllKs In Cleaning - Ploo'r WdHna  Spray Uufflno - Window Clonplng  RUG SHAMPOOING *  Phono 8067131 - Glbion��, B.C.  JOHNSON'S  BUILPINQ MAINTTI6NANCI  Spuclal|*lno Ini  Pnpor rioiialno/ Inferior fl. Entorlor docornllno!,  ��� Rug Clmnlno. All lypw of Building  Mrtintonanco, ':,oor InMollniliJn.  Window Cleaning,  rilONB J83r?7l!�� AIT^ * tM*  Dok (M2 ��� **��*h��lt, ��iC;  ,    BUSINESS DIRECTORY  .    ...     TO. REACH  10,000 PEOPLE  , THE TIMES, 8fl5.9n54       , '  Use these spaces to      reach nearly 10,000 pepplo'  PHOTOGRAPHERS  PENINSULA PHOTOGRAPHERS  A Complete Photographic Service  WEDDINGS - PORTRAITS - PASSPORTS '  COMMERCIAL  C. ABERNFrHY  Gibsom, B.C. 7 Phono 886-7374  or 006-7215  PLUMBING AMP  HEATING  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumlilnp -, Plpaflttlng - Steamflttlng  Hot Water Heotlna ��� Pipe I^OOlnQ  FREE ESTIMATES  I'hono 886-7017 ����� 886-2848  1    Repairs - Alterations - New |��ista||atIons  LAURIE'S PLUMBING 8.  HEATING  LTD.  Govt, Cortllled PlUmhor   ���-   24 Hour Service  Phono 886-2406  GENERAL"DELIVERY - SECHELT,' h.C,  Qfl<-.9533 '-*��� PBNINSUU pLUMHING LTP,  Snloh and Sorvlco  Pnntfi7~hfoot(!nn*"5wppMos-,*'-po\vretr-*'*Appllnnresr--'  Survlfu  nnd  Ropnlr* lf�� 'WrtHir  Synlumn owl  PtiniPDt Treo E*��llmnt��*��,  Sirppllnu Inr the Do~|l��Yoiirno|for  Jack "vWMipll Jack McLoo��t  006-9628   . 065.4460  Norm Mo��Kq*K, 0B4-777O  r^rmmmmrrimtrmt*.***.*,******,******************.*****,.***  RENTALS  "MHT IT AT"  THE RENTAL SHOP  or Dovli Boy  "Wo Rent or Sol! Alpi"*^ Evoryllilno"  Typewriter* ��� MoMIno Plopl* - 'lolovlslon?  Roto THIern ��Cpmpnt Mlxem - Lawn RnM  Mer.hnplc'fi Tools ,  PHONIi BUR-afl^O >��� H HOUR SERVICE  RETAIL STORES  (cont.)  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Opep six days a Week  "Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, ��� Sechelt  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechelt, B.C.  SEWING RflACBJIEIES  UNSHINE    Rprn.      ,  nm^  EWING        ��ernlna & Omega  ERVICE       Sa,es/ Parts, Servicra  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  SPORTING GOODS   CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - B'bats new and  Used . . .Large & Small .  885-9832 SecheM  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porjjpise Bay  Sechelt, B.C. .   ���  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIRE$  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phono 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  A|l: Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to^;30 p,m,  Friday evening by appointmei/t only,  TOWING  ���"������'-'���'���- ������ " ��� ��� '    .1       i   i.   i   i. I        . ���    '      "h ���    ���    '"    '"' ''""  Scows ��� Logo  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGB  /LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  l. higgs   ;���.; s  Phone 885-9425'     ,  ' *%  TRANSFER  LEN WRAYJS TRANSf||l  Housjeliold MovIoq,, PdcklriOi Storao**  Packlno Ma��orlo|8 For Salo  Member of Allied Von Mne��i  Canqda'fl Ho. 1 Mover*  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C  PirrAllr'STORKS*  ^.. i      ������-! -'-���"������*��� 1..-.*���l:^...^..���  .��� .Jl.^^.... 1.^-  C a S HARDWARE  5CCMELT, D.C.  APPLIANCE^- HARDWARE  MOME PURNISHINGS  Phono 885^9713  OUR AdTn THISViRPCToSy7  REACHES 4500 HOMES  fa  Aft    t]  >���   >.  s'  ' *i*"f.. v.  ���rljCS  '^��f*Sv  ,*fi-*^"7  -*.* fl ' rt  *"*?#.*  ����� ".V.. ������*  }.J-lf,",4  ".. -tS-*'  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD*  WAREHOUSES  Gibsons 886-2172  PAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  ��� '     SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  ^v����^FurnltMrA.lQ.bnywhoroJn.CQnav1a,M���w.^��M.  Qenaral f rplplit. Low-bed ' and honvy haullna '  T.V. nnd RADIO  SUNSHINE COAST T,V, SALES  a SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL dn<l ELECTROHOME DEALERS  Gordon Oliver   -    Ed Nicholebn  In Tho Henri Of Dowptovyn Sacholt  Box 799, Socholt QQ5-9016  CLOSPP ON MONDAYS ���    Phono 883-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  I3ERNARD GERICK  ,. I _fc.Q,���Bo;K J.9a;::���.���������. ���,,,.rj   Madeira Porki B.C,  UPHOLSTriRY  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  "U'upholMerlna * Restyllno * Complete Drnpefy  Sorvlco. Sample* Mwwn In dro home ,  Phon�� BB64030 oftor 6 p,m.  or 886-2873  ���'�� *.���  i "r -.J-  nf*.'  w,rf  .My  TJ4  *��A *i.      ���',.  m  ���a* r  ���'i*  iv     *  <J%��   i*  :��� ^ ���  I*. i'*Kf   <  v  .. .  y *f  , - *��� v t  a        i \*tJ0\  Ufa  ��r 'u  ���5 07   i ' ��  >'���**.*  i i) w -  til -.'"���"  " t    I   *i  0*1.  ***.  * *    t ��,**  f       "^ ".  :���>���-&*>���*'  ���'. ..'��**>  ,.5'V   ���;  H.J   &  ?���-    ^'  ,i tt *LZ  r.~ .**  '* �� &'  *-.*s: te  A   .*,   fr  ? ,VJ"A  \**?<'$  ���*\ :  , *t   r-*ir +  'I'-J*-?^  ,*1.  ' '"T'i.-  '. - .  ���.*,,*��� r*.  ���*.  *i.  *   ***  ��� **-  *        *i*. i  VJ %  ' ���     '.  ��� .     *-  ���     t*  ,A. *,  .       f* ���.*  <*    .*��*.  * *<  , *   *    V*  y    '  .-*  '. .    �� ^  "���^T     *"     ���#   -  *,      *-m  *   *   v  JJAJJ  \   0*  0   -A  ^>H  A*  '*. i  -.1  ���A-  %  s}*  -��   * -  ' rr*.  f ��  <   *.  .        *t'i  *  \ i  4  ���i  I *,rn  -'    "i  II *.  X  /\*u' i  il  ���>     ft'  *     .I  r'l   *l ~*."r^       '    />���"',',    I     '.I'     *-." ^  ** ���"'*'* I,*   J  ���V"VSr-y s-V-S. -V"-*.. r*.V^"*"***''v*^0\  i  Page A-4 Peninsula Times, Wednesday, November 3,1971    BAI> ,��BM- ,-   .,      ��     '   w^,-.-..,-   *>    Tn "' n^,   h-aw #~"   n���Ti  :ji!'J--:--:-"'.,-,_J-J-1.'::' *��� ��� " ."������**-���~    FQ-R ��ENT (Continued) WANTED (Continued) REAL ESTATE (Continued)  THEPEOTNSUIJV^ea. I^chefr-- Phone 885*9654  PETS  Classified  y*���***���**"****'������ ���' -|" * ���-----���^���"i"-"""*i*iTi"-nrrrrnniiririnnm  Published "Wednesdays by  , Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established-1963  FOR RENT  Member, Audit, Bureao  t>i Circulations \^ /  March 31,  1971  Gross Circulation 2884  Paid Circulation 2396  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of' Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Lipe Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One  Insertion ������ : $1.00  Three Insertions ,���$2.00  Extra lines (4 words) _, _20c  (This rate does not apply fo  commercial Ad-Briefs)  Bq* INumbers ���������_ 10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  f<jr Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date,  Legal or Reader advertising 35c  -' "per'count Iihe7':"'"  : Subscription Rate*���-  By Mail;  Local Area ^-.:,.,. $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area .$7.00 yr.  U.S;A. .��� $9.00 yr.  COSY 1 bedroom house, Gibsons area. Reliable couple  willing to <Xq gardening. Large  waterfront lot. Furnace, hot  water .eleotriq atove, fridge.  No children ox pets. $125.  733-6618. 7411-49  SELMA   Pwk  meeting, Ph,  Hall.   $5   per  885-9437,  7343-tfn  HATiL for rent, Wilson Creek  Community   "Ef**ill.    Contact  Mrs.   Diane   Anderson,   8857  3385. 545*D-tfh  HOUSEKEEPING room, warm  clean,  private  entrance,  all  found. Working person. Selma  P|irk. Phone 885-9535.  "'   " '".     7456-tfn  OElNfTRAL Sechelt, 3 BR suite,  all 'eleqtric,   stove,   fridge,-"  carport,  washer, -dryer.  $175,  ���Phone 885-9366. 7466,49  2  HEPROOM  house,  Sechelt,,  ,   close to stores, auto, oil heat,  bu'lt-in range, iridge. Ph. 886-  2069, 7464-51  OJSTE  bedroom suite  to rent,  unfurnished. $70 month, 885-  2492, * 7484-49  WANTED TO RENT   t     >  MOTHER   and   five   children  urgently   requires   home   to  rent,   Sechelt   area.   Ph,   885-  9852.    ' ���   RELIABLE    married     couple  wish to rent cottage on year  round basis. Many local refer-'  ences. Ph. 885-9368.       7470-49  WANTED  ROOM and board wanted for  11  yea"r old boy "in "Pender  Harbour area, $100 per month.  Ph.   883-2234. '        7427-50  Overseas  $10,00 *yr.  .$3,50  .$4.00  Special Citizens,  ��   Local Area  _  Canada  _^__  By Carrier ~���-���,,-,���6Qe mo.  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Advertising is accepted on the  condition that, in the event of  typographical error, that portion  of the .advertising space occupied  by tine erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for sigr  nature, will not be charged for,  but the balance of the advertisement, will be. paid for at the applicable rate.. *.  A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production, but-cancelled before  publicatibn. Change from original  c6py when proof is submitted tp  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly   rate   for   the   additional1  W6rk;/.      ���  -���<--   ���.���.-������������'���������>���.   ��� ���-..-   ���BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  .  .  .Is  pleased  to sponsor  this  Birth   Announcement space,   and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  parents.  IN MEMORIAM  TURNER V. Lloyd���In loving,  memory of a d'jar husband,  father, and   grandfather, "who  possed    away,    November    5,  1970.  , ."Time   takes  away   the  ed/jo  of grief .  But' memory ,tm��ns back every  leaf,;; ���..���'*- a..;,,.(,.,  Sadly   missed   by   liis   wif0,  ..lLoln, his children" and grand  children.  chhfl  7454-49  CARD OF THANKS  ���SINCERE  thank' you  to  Mr.  Harvey, Rev. Williamson,^  Elphinstone Recreation Cqjtf-  ���nltteo, Roberts Creek Fire  Dept., B.Q. Ferries,- and nl) the  friends and neighbors who  have helped rriy family,and I  so much over the past moritlm.  Your kindness wjll bo romom-  bored, ���Gall JSekford, 7474--19  WIS WISH to most sincerely  .express Rratofwl thunks to  all our friends and nolnbhoni  for the assistance! and coml'ort  Rlveii to un durinu nnd uflor  the fire which destroyed our  homo. .Spucjiil lhnnkn lii H��v,  DnvJfl Brown; Ilobertfi Creek  Jt'ire D��pt.( C'iniiclliin I'Of'lon,  Bi;anch HO; lied Cross; Hob-  ��� orbi Crook -- Jlecrwit Ion �� Assn j"  BuHdI-Iiki Count Lions, wllli  speuhil thoimilitH for Mih, Gull  Kcff ford anrl family, ���Bud anrl  Cynthia; horw ��nd Cyndlo,  TO Dii, flwim, nurses and staff  of Hi, *V*1'"'.V,n >Io(tplt��), and  to nil lhe kind folk who sent  cards nnd flltln during my re*  .cent, iJliiwii, my most nrntcfnl  tlia'nltn, '-Gertrude "'"dmundii,  Uoberls Creok. 74HM0  PERSONAL ,' ��� / "'  WIBH lo 'enntuot JUtlnr Day  HnlnlH rriembers, I'hono (���Hf.*  ���JlVfi ,or tllKl-'Mh,      i fl7��0-lfn  ALCOl IOt��ICfJ Anonymous, r-  Meetlnun HM p.m.. Tluirs��  days,' WJIson Cicok Commnn*  ily   Hall.   I'h,   flUiM'.*"**?,   DIKI-  mn, inyo-tfn  AVON ruDiiiK FuTAvuii Pro-  thmn in your aren, dill Mrs,  Anno Kelly 1105-0070, Went fiJ  cii. ,v tiii-ii. nnd Mvtt, Helen  fMilIlpn mhtm; Wll.wn Crw.k  and fJecjIieJL nron,  #    7470-1)''  PENDER HARBOUR  New  2 bedroom  864  sc|.   ft   model  home.   Electric  heat,   stone  fireplace, wall to wall shag carpets throughput   On choice semi-  waterfront lot overlooking Pender Harbour and close to store and  marina Full price $25,900,with. $5,000 down.  MADEIRA PARK STORE  v:. jSB  General store with J xk bedroom owner's home and small sleeping  cabin. Price includes all stock at time of sale, buildings and  land. Approx. 100 ft.'on Madeira Park Road and 100 ft, on- Hwy.  101, containing 1.09 acres���a very crjoice property. This business  shows a nice profit with lots of possibilities ~for expansion. Also,  purchaser could possibly subdivide land into **��� parcels. This is an  exceptionally goad buy pt $35,000 with terms.  EGMONT       .'���-..  a,. ( , ��� ���  Water, taxi and gas station on choice corner property adjoining  Gov't Wharf. Over 200 ft, wgterfront arid foreshore lease.  Approx.  MADEIRA PARK .      .    ,  J VS>  acres of  semi-waterfront  parklike  view  property.  Located just above Madeira Park gov't wharf.  REDRQOFFS. ROAD ,  Lot J1 is a large view lot���85 by 550, Look for our sign on the  property. priced at $5,000 with terms.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  2 side by side view lots of approx,  1% acres each. Only a few  hundred feet from Marina. Each priced at $10,000 with $3,000  down. ...       ���   ���  MADEIRA PARK   ���  Approx, 3 acres of tho finest view property In Pender Harbour.  ,   ' $17,000 with good terms,     ,    /  SAKINAW LAKE  Approx.- 14 acres with 330 ,ft, waterfront. Full prica $25,000,  with $8,500 down.  WATERFRONT LOJS  In Pender Harbour, W'th water and hydro.  80 ft.���$10,000 98 ft,���$10,500  I^GdON ROAD ���   -   ���  A very oood buildings lots, Easy walking distance 'to school and  stores at Madolra Park, Can be bought with low down payment.  EARL COVE���BARGAIN  Lqrao soml-watorfront view lot for $4,000 ?ash,  NEAiTmADEIRA'PARK        ;     '  2 bedroom homo with ha-jomont, on approx,  1  aero vlow' lot,  Full prlco $I3,P00,  : ' "EGMONT, \VATERFRONT  200 ft, Walorli/dnt, l-iai, 2 unfinished buildings. On pavnd rood,  Vory nice  property  for development. 'Priced  at   $22,000  with  $12,000 down ,    , ,    .  ~" EAJU."cOVE  A few lots Mill available on this 30 lot subdivision, Priced from  $4,500,    (      ���  '   ^MADEIRA T>ARkT  Cholco vlow lots nn 64 lot kub(Jlvlslon, rrlcos from  $4,000  to  r���..��������-^...:���-*}8,ooor^miJ*ciioorcd*'re*a'dy''fo^hv*iiMlrt"o".'*"���-'-���������"-���"'���  .COMMERCIAL^ PROPERTIES  Morlno and MOK^Cgmonl.  a , Small Qonoral Wtor^���Madolra Park,  Hosorl and rrxirlnn���(iomont,  * Ihmtl���Ruby Loko,  NEw.vwiw^TlioM!;   "  On flf) It, cholcci/walorffont, thlh oppro?<,   |,?,00 e.r|, |l, 2 lot  could ho 3) 'barroom homo hos ono third Iwcmont, rtOO t,q, (t,  Mindock,  oloclrlc  hool,   Prlco Indiidos   Irld,, utovn,   corpol   ond  tirnpm, Full prlco only $33,900 wllh good (doth,  'egmont    ." "  Approx, 4A0 It, ol WnHirfrontOQa on Ihk r> ocro lot, Full piico  $29,000 with $10,000 down.  MOHILE HO^uTslTis  Mony other View nnd wnterfmnt Iota In th�� Condor Hnihnur men, '  yWWWpBBJ* " "' mummi*.  ���>  an. iiniini 00,  REALTY LTD.  Madeira Pork, B.C.     ������  Phono Pcncloir Harbour 883^2233  OliD nylon stockings wanted  for Sechelt. , U\ ��� Brown'e  Pddc Box in Shopping Mall  for your contribution new  )3hop Easy. r      7410-49  WORK WANTED  WU OFFER a complete tree  service  to  the entire Sun��  shine Coast. Oiu? work is in*  sured  and  expertly  perform-  SHELTERED waterfront, Pender Harboyr, 700 It. southern" e*posiiirV��ten -acres with  2 bdrm house, AU facilities,  Ph. 885-9505, Write Bo* 0749,  c-o Peninsula Times, Box 310,  Sechelt, B.C, 6749-tfn  ELEVATED   undeveloped   10  acres within Village of Sechelt,     residential     location,  $16,000   cash,   Box   6499,   c/q  ed. Phone for free estimatesM Peninsula    Times,   Box   310,  Peerless Tree Services, Phone  885-2109. Ogsa-tfn  Ornamental wrought iron  railings,  Free  estimates.   886^  7029, 886-7056, 6893-tfn  Sechelt,-  6499-tfn  REDROOFFS ROAD ��� Lot  75' x 268' 10 min, drive to  Sechelt Quiet area; close to  water and good fishing, phpne  and  Hydro   available.   $3,900  CAPABLE    wpman    wants  work. Part-time in store or -cash. Phone 885-9654, 6804-tfn  housework. Phone 885-2191,      ���- ���-  -, .���>...-....,.,. ,.,-.  471,49 SECLUDED hut accessible ,by  good lane. 160, acres beautiful well elevated undeveloped- property,' year round  creek, some, ocean view, near  Secret Cove. $60,000.. ���WiH  accept some terms. Box 3f0  Peninsula Times, Sechelt?  .698l7tfn  REAL ESTATE  CUTE   cottage,    l    Medroom.  Large level- lot, J&Ut trees  and landscaped. Municipal wa.  ter. Principles onlyrTo view,  ��\nn  .* ~,  885-2153 after 6:00 p.m.  7304-tfn  20 ACRES undeveloped, view  property, Village of ������Sechelt',"  lane access, $30;000. Wild 'sell  in 5 acre blocks at $8,000 each.  Write Box 310.. Peninsula  Times, Sechelt. 7483-tfn  EWART McMYNN  -REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple Listing 'Service,  Box 238,  Gibsons, B.C.  ROBERTS . CREEK WATERFRONT: .Two waterfront  lots, lightly treed and easily  ���cleared. Both.lots are level  with unobstructed view across  the Gulf, easy access off  Beach Avenue. Excellent property in an area where waterfront is difficult .to obtain. FP  for BOTH lots, $25,000. OFFERS. MLS.  W A TERFRONT    ACREAGE  KEAT ISLD.; On West.  Beach, we offer 2 acres of land  with 700 ft. of excellent water-  frontage. Property is well  treed with southern exposure!  View is towards Salmon Rock  and Gulf of Georgia. Property  . has good road access^and several very suitable building  sites. FP $38,500.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: A large  lot (size .95 acre) located in  central Gibsons. Land is level,  and has been cleared and cultivated. All facilities available.  Sewer line now being laid, A  valuable property with good  potential. FP $7,700. Terms %  down, bal. at 8 Mi per cent.  ������'������' Member  .Vancouver Real Estate Board  PHONEr- 886-2248  Notary Public  LISTINGS WANTED  Vince Prewer "~" 886-9359  Wally Peterson     886-2877  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  ���:"���'    7470-49  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  ���    Gibsons, BC,  GIBSONS   VILLAGE:   Gower *  Point Road, near new 2 bedroom home with full J>ancr  mont,..on largo 75' lot nicely  JiuidHcaped and Hecluded,  Hardwood floors nnd walnut  feature walls bring out llio-  decor in thin neat attraclvo  liomo. Finished roc room  downntajrn, A-0 boat,'See un  nl-oui a.'mortgago wllh very  llttlo down on.ix full prlco of  $2iJ/)00, _  ���  111)0-^4111  YES,  wo huvo  acreages,  for  holding or development:  Comolory Jtoiid,    V/a    acres.  H700.  Volerann    Jtond,    1.(1   ���'acres, '  $(1,000, '      ���     "  Govvor   Point   Road,   7R'x00H',  two rond.fronlHgo, $7,0*10,  Chiislur Hoiid, 2 rtcros, $4,000.  CUMHONB VILLACU": Drlvn  pimt, 11.'15 J'Viinklln Iloiul, s<;o  |hlsv ailraolvo homo which  "���"mlKbt"he-ynHr,r*fnrl"nnlyr.'*i(li'nOO-  down, NUA Iiulil, (|tinllfUts.,for  hunk mlK��, Ask un for a Joolt  Inside, tbnre'�� throe Ixxlrooms,  Jlvln/< room wllb'flniplaou, h\n  dlniriR room hlichun, utility  room. All ni'coly planned and  InimnciiJiildly nwlnlulned, Full  prl��i $2'l,000,  UH0-24UI  OLDJ-'lt TYJ'J)!  UOMKH;  Hkv*  unil in   Ilia  $10,000 - $10,000  riuif(ii, fllvo us n cull,  11110.2-1111  LOOK    AJIKAP:   Jlodi'ool'fi.  llo��id |�� ii comlnu own* Ideal  for, rullrwinent il<{roiiM��J  plans.  Wu Im vu a number of IJhtlJi-'u,  lu:re.nro.iiOin��,ii��inptftii:..,. .....,  "100x1100, oli'iiied, driveway Jo,  $l),&00.  l7*lHf)20,   load  nllowuni'e   one  side, $f>,000.  IOOx70��*,���walerfWrtil, $11,000. .  * "���"���" " iiii ii- 24 ii i,  lU'ti  Crosby  /IOO-200II  Jack   WJ)H��  fllMl-'Mh)  ���lay Vlnner  **I1B.?,*100  i       ,  7470.411  PRIVATE party wishes to buy  a waterfront on good view  lot between Garden Bay and  Irvines Landing, Please give  location and price first letter.  Box 7352 c/o Boj? 310 peninsula Times,  Sechelt.    7352r49  SELMA    PARK���4 " bedroom  home on view Jot. For. sale  by owner, Phone^Mii-Oesi, Ed  Messner, 7430-50  PRIME elevated waterfront 40  acres at 'West Porpoise Bay.  Includes large modern 5 bedroom house, broadloom throughout,...! .bathrooms, hot water, heat, etc. '$97,000. F, J,  Whitcroft (owner) Vancouver.  Phone 112-738-7165 or 263-  7631.      . .   7455-tfn  SECHELT: Now is the time  to buy that W-F home! Let  us show'you this delightful 5  room, yr. round home on 80'  of clean beach. Attractive  terms on $34,000.  "  ROBERTS   CREEK:   9^   acre  view   acreage.   Hwy.   frontage    Zoned   R2.   Only   $5,000  dn; on $14,000 FP.  One lovely view ac. with  water, lights and phone available. 5 min. walk to beach.  $5,000.  GIBSONS: Handyman's Special! Over 1 ac, 237' oh blk.  top. Unfinished house. Bldg.  mat. on property. Easy terms  on $8,900.  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL TYPES INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 880-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  7478-49  BLACK toy  male  poodle,  1  year old, $50, Ph, 885-0707,  742M9  LOST  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  , Box 799, Gibsons, B.C.  ���   Van Direct:  085-3133  LISTINGS WANTED: Have  bona-fide purchaser for two  ���- 5 acres, Reasonable terms,  List today' the MacGregor  Way I hP<'  ���Lorrie   "Girard:   1100-7244    or  8(10-7700,  NEEDED URGENTLY:   House  and watqrJYont, Gower Point  ���level  to   bench,   have  cash  customer. ������������'���  .     ���  ROBERTS CREEK: Water-  /front; Delightful 2 bedrm;  etittago, completely renovated,  low beach, good swimming,  Includes matching stove, fridge, washer and 'dryer, fireplace, lull balh, picture windows' throughout,' patios, FP  $30,(500, This Is a beautiful  spot for a summer or retirement homo,  MADE TO ORDER: For rer  tlroment or young family,'2'  bdrm, nicely landscaped, good  gardqn area, within walking  dlslant'o lo village, Lovely  view of water and Keels Is,  Only  $13,000, "      ���  .lolin  Jilncltl  WMI-7J844  or 1100-  7310. 7-177--H)  'PAIR ladies dark framed spectacles, In Sechelt area. 886-  9537, . 7473-.40 .   1 1 .." ;t r���  LARGE   male    Siamese   cat,  ar^a    of    Sunshine    Coast  Trailer   Court,   Gibsons.   He*,  ward, Phone 886-2406,    '-  -    7472*49  RED., 5 gallon' Johnston mile  master   gas  tapk  ��� adrift  vicinity Earl's Cove Oct. 22nd,  Reward, Phone 883-2498,    ���  7460-49  BQATS ft ENGINES  32 -FT, Gillnetter, A licence,.  Chrysler' Crown sounder,"  good condition, rigged with  herring seining gear; ?���net  ponds, one. seine winch suits*  ble vessel 40 ft. or more. Ph,  883-2336 or write Box 1, Garden Bay  P.O.,  B.C.      7437-50  CARSf & TRUCKS ������-���.^S  %' TON Chev,  '64,  pick  up,  Good condition. 885-2158.  .1965 BUICK WUdCati  39,000  miles.   All  power.  Cash  or  take   over, payments.   Phone  "885-9846 eves. 7404-49  63 RAMBLER in good shape,  $450  cash.   Ph.  885-2056.  :   7432-50  1966 PLYMOUTH Sport Fury  .383,  four   barrel   automatic,  all power, must sell. Leaving  country. Phone 886-7303.  '     7461-51  "68 DODGE Monaco, A-l condition. Ph. 883-2390.  7469-51  '66    VAUXHALL   Viva,    one  - owner, 2  door, good shape.  Phone 885-2187 eves,    7467-49  MACHINERY  MACHINERY AND  '. EQUIPMENT.  CASE 310 Angle Blade  Diesel, Gearmatic Winch, Steel  Canopy,  Excellent condition  $5,900.00  CASE 580 C/K  Diesel, Power Shift, Sims Cab,  Looks   and   runs   well  $7,900700  CASE ^50  1 Yard "Loader, Diesel Power,  Power Shift, Good Buy  $7,500.00  CASE 53Q C/K  Diesel, Torque Converter, Sims  Cab, 14 Ft, Backh.oe, Ready to  work  $5,500,00  BUTLER BROTHERS  ���Victoriq,  B.C.  652-1121  Evenings 479-7481  7457-40  FOR SALE (Continued)  t-.  ������^j   i.TL���.q i|M   j,,   iip^ft.pi l*rm0ffm0l*ri'm��f����lll 'l��l  '1'^  KITCHEN etypme set, very  good quality $38, U?ed-wood  frame windows, three 4'x4', $5  each; one WhWJ $3i ope 30"  x30" $3. Ph.��8857p427,  7468-49  NEW BOOKS at-the Times  Bookstore, Sechelt ��� coin  guides, 'agricultural ailmanac,  crocheting, macramei candle  and bead books, wilderness  cookeiy, Phenyl 805-9654, ' .  7436-48  FQR SALE (ConClnued)  irr*.  PRAWNS as available, Fresh-  80e lb, or $1,00 cooked.- 883-'  2282 or 883-2201K 7485-49;  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���  Canvis���Boat Hardware '  Compassed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.        j  Phone 880-9303, Gibsons, B,C,  FOR SALE  ELECTROLUX Sales and Ser-  vice,  Bob   Wallham.   Phono  005-9078, .    05Q37tfn  IF   IT-FHuits-lt's   Morgans,.  mmmh, Sochoit, n,c,  '.'    "    0003-tfn  ,-���* II I   .   I I    I I     ...II.  30",   Handsaw,   suitable   boat,  building or shakos, $250, Ph.  0l)5*O73iV 7fJ'l5-50  'ONE used olil hoatei71n"good  condition, $40, Ph, (Ilir)".2270,  ; ���_���_' 7450-10  0   INCH   bench   saw.���Movio  camera,   Contiifugal   pump,  Brass foot valve, I'h, 11115-0570,  ^^        7400-10  SPECIAL non-��n/,i^cUtonW��f  "Tho, Bong of llJawatba"  wllh 307 Illustrations of Indian  Artifacts, $3.70 at The Times  Ihiokslorii whore all good  books aro stocked, . I'll, 111)5-  (��|!H(, ;,(   . . 7<10f>-50  a HOLii/vWA^iwis/lir wK'  J'bono  IHIO-SaiKI,        7'HO-OO  rn/iiBDCD rxtiDEDc   ������.J.alWA).4'H-i.lJ!OODSr7fSo1ya..��.pru.  TKAILfc|-"> B* CAMKtK-J (lucls-ilrhid food - buckwlmat  13 ft. trailer, nlmtph 3 * ^, In  good' con(|ltlon, $07&. Apply ,  lo C,  Jfl, Sykes,  Jhtauh Ave,,  Itoberts  Creek,  Ph,  (100:0301.  ���   ���. 'imi>M)   7-J ^ IU  MOBILE HOMES  ONE mobile home space available,    Big    Maple    Trailer  I'ark,   Wilson   Crook.   Phone  1105-11*113, 72'in-tfn  KNIGHT JVJobJIe Home, 2 bedroom with iilr���cond. I'b. 1)00-  WW, 'H'M'Hn ,  0 *, 0*0*00*r*i'" W���������"f�� "���K-���P-�����'�����������i���I IMW,OMWWIM*��*iW  DOUllLiS.iwidc-r reduced.. for,  side, perntmiilration   model,  Must see to appreciate. Quality  bull), many UmUiron not found  In others, May |>n financed, To  viow, phone noR-ainn ��rier o  ,,p.mrm������,,...���,..���.,,,��� .   .    70��&7*39*'  and whole wheat flour, brown  rice short or Jong grain, I Jb,  'M cents, ���effffeo, l jb, oil cents,  t Good Food Hlord, Ph. IHI0.202I  Hobeiis  Creek,  U,C,   ���__ 7'130-lfn  WJNCJI ��� eorrtpIo��ti"~^,~' :j"i^p'  gas tinginn, 4 ����pr|, trans, and  clutch,  Like   new,   Ideal   Uw  houi  ways,  etc,  J��h,  0li;i-2700,  KELVINATCm"imt<wi��Uc iio."  I'rosi frldgo, Largo separate  , door  frenzer,   Ex.   cond,   03"  high, PJi, IIIIO-'JOl!!,    >m\\,<\l)  LAIK'ff, nmtiil  wood  burplnjl  J.: Nreplauu,a~Med��irnr ��ompl��te  wllji mirecn, grain and stove-  plp'a. Black, ��0U-7)47,  ��� ;     '   - 7-102-10  "i"i   Member af -the'Multiple Listing Service  SECIET AGENCIES LTD.  SECHELT .' "   ' No, 2316  Brand new 3 bedroom oil electric home on full basement. Large  level lot, close to shopping centre. We may be qble to help ypu  with a mortgage, Full price  $20,500, Don Hadden, 885-9504,  90 ACRES WATERFRONT * No. 2175  Unspoiled 90 acres of waterfront iyst 20 miles from Sechelt by  boat.   No  roads,   no neighbours,   ^streams,   approx.   3700'   of  shoreline, Try a group of 10 or 12 to purchase this rare recreation  property.   $34,800  down,   full   price   $120,000,   Don   Hadden,,  885-9504, ���&  SECHELT - .      ��� No. 2363  Modern 3 or 4 bedroom home on Vi-acre view lot.-Yard is fully  fenced with cone, walks, .blacktop drive and double carport.  Home'is well finished and maintained, with auto/oil heat and 2  fireplaces. Only 20% down will put you in possession. Don  Hadden, 885-9504,  WEST i-ECHELT ' ^ ~No. 2306 and 2307  Two large excellent view lots, zoned R2, for Mobile homes, small  or large dwellings. Hydro, water in near future is planned. Only  $1,000.00 down, balance at 8%% or'present all cash offer. On  black topped road. Peter Smith, 885-9463 eves.  SELMA PARK No. 2360  8 year old 3 bedroom home, living room w/fifeplace, dining room,  service hall, delightful Post & Beam construction, Has carport &  porches. Lease lot $70.Q0 yean. Full price $19,300, try your  offer & terms. Only steps to beach & boat launch. Peter Smith,  885-9463 eves.  DAVIS BAY . No. 2322  72x150 ft. lot on Arbutus, Drive, cleared and level. Full price  $4,700.00, cash required $2,880.00 balance at T-k.%. Can  you beat this price in Davis Bay area. Peter Smith, 385-9463 eves..  ROBERTS CREEK    ���'"*".   Ja          ~ No. 2330  Two bedroom home��� 126Q square feet. Very comfortable and  attractively decorated. Convenient location on White Avenue;  near store and Post Office. Ocean view, C. R. Gathercole!  Phone 886-70J5....... ; .  ,.._...J  ACREAGE���  Highway 10) ���12 acres (1819)_  Gibsons���23 acres (2305)  Gibsons���29 .icres (2109)  For parilcula.J--C.J't, Gathercole  -886-7015.  GIBSONS. No. 2361  New view bungalow in Gibsons. Two bedrooms, carport, fireplace  and wall to wall carpeting. Low down payment; financing available. Jack Warn, 886-2681  eves.  SARGEANT BAY No. 2359  Large  view  lot  in  Sargeant-Bay area.   $5000.00; Jack Warn,  886-2681 eves.  NEAR LAKE * No. 2285  Located just across the road from Hotel Lake close to the sea.  Everything groomed from house to garden. If you must work  there's a large, well constructed work shop with 220V service and  heater for comfort, Jack Warn, 886-2681  eves,  WEST SECHELT  ,' .,������-*'i ;;<,;���  No. 2362  Extra large rpomed house. Situated on %' <"icre lot plus extra  lot combined for an acre, to keep a horse or? Just like new, this  immaculate 3 bedroom home wil) be your"pride with only  $7500,00 down!"$150 per month at 8% Interest! It's my pleasure  just to show you. Bob Kent, 885-9461  eves  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Bo* 128, Sechelt  AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 885-2235  (E,8AE,)  The book  very body's  been waiting for!  epic tale of tne  actual'buildinsoftheCPR'.  f lie Groat Ki^llwuu  IIHIWIMIS'" ;���'-- -v-  Available novy at  .   them  SECHKUT  MOJIJU! JJonm, Wxlln, % ImmI-  roomn, I'omploio with pit Iri ���  bill nnd Aluminum nwnhiK,  Only % yoinit old, Phono 11110-  VI07, VOWM/ii  ��  /  j  h...  t"��    \ *     1      ���*���     01*   ��\*i\S0%   *      ���,**<**���      *   *   0*   -.�� *>*������**-  tf'*, **. ^   V -    -��*t      *     ��, * ��i * i, *   f*-'  V"   *        *���.������"*-     J*  '*        '^*    - 'L  .-  **���       "T*v^     "  il*' ��  jT    I' fr   -*. 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NEW cements being tested"• may soon
replace the need- fop some of the
metal bands dentists mw use to anghor
dental braces in most ■ Gases of treating
crooked teeth,
Lalyoratory tests h^iye already-shown
that  new  plastic cements stick tQ the'
teeth  better    and §re_ comp^rahie  in
strength to the conventional bonds.'
Clinical trials are underway by dental
scientists to find how well the new
cements will work1 in the mbuth". Besides, haying the potential to replace ynr
sightly bands, the new cements appear to
be better than conventional ones in preventing mouth fluids from seeping around
and undermining fillings. '7
_  They are'also less irritating to teeth. .
Convenfional cements need liners in some
cases to protect the teeth.
Another advantage of the new bonding agents is that they,are easy to take
off. A quick twist witli a dental instrument can snap mosti of the bond off. Tlie .
rest can be polished away in a routine
cleaning.  —Canadian Denfa.1 Association^
PENtiER HARBOUR
TABERNACLE
(Undenominational)
SUNDAY SCHOOL ANP BIBI.B CLASS
9:45 AiM. *
Madeira Park — 863-2374
CHURCH SERVICE—11 ;00 AM. '
Pastor Rey, Waher S, Ackroyd
SUNSHINE COAST
GOSP& CHURCH
(Undenominational)
Sunday School — 10:00 a.m.
Church Service -*■* 1.1*15 a.m.
Evenina Sorviee 7:30 p.m.
PASTbR REV. S. CASSELLS
Davis day Road and Arbutui
(^blocks up from Highway)
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process. Essentially you require air,
moisture ■ and bacterid The Basic recipe
Palls fpr piling or heaping certain natural
iOgrec|ients ip layers q\- mixed propor-
tipns, providing the needed air and
moisture §nd turning t'o assure contact
of outer materials with the heat'and
• bacteria.l micro organisms in the heap's
centre. It is best, if the compost pile is
off the ground so air can get in the bottom apd ventilate the m.ass. Dampening
eacli layer is aJso advisable as the presence of moisture is vital to the growth of
bacterial .colonies whiph, in.*7turn, break
down the organic matter. The speed of de-
compostion depends on whetl^er the material in the pile is soft and green (high
in nitrogen) or woody "(like, wood or dry
straw). °
A neat method of: making compost is
in large plastic bags. These bags can be
sealed tight, set aside for a couple of
mpnths and- come out smelling sweet.
Anything, pace living matter, can go in
--except* animal fats, bones or woody
twigs, as .they take a long time to decompose. When filling "the bag, layer it
with a sprinkling of ground limestone
or oyster shell flour and a good nitrogen
source (>vhich should make up a quarter
of "the total volume of the bag), cow
manure being the most common When
finally mixed (just shake the bag) your
starting compost .should have the dampness  of §  squeezed  o,ut "sponge   seal it
and set aside jn % warmish place to cure.
When the material looks lil>e~fine broWn
crumbs and all the bacterial action "is
complete it \vill come out smelling s^eet.
^f it smells bad, you have opened It t<m
soon.
Other suggestions: Open piles, piles
behind chjeken wire on stakes, loose logs
oi boardings in a fiame, a barrel witr*.-
holes punched in the sides and elevated
because the rains are heavy on the
Peninsula, the top of the finished piles
should be round or pointed, to shed water.
Build piles" where surface "drainage is
good.
Compost enriched soil makes a better
rooting medium for your plants. It provides better aeration (plant roots need aif
as well as water) at the same timej actinias a moisture reservoir. It makes sandy
soil in effect heavier. As the humus mar
tenal breaks downL heat and carbon di-=
oxide are released. While ,the heat warms
cold soil, the carbon dioxide enriches the
air aiound lower plant leaves and helps
' produce better growth. And most im-
poitant, the process of composting naturally replenishes what you have taken
Irom  the earth.' • -
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ible ring ceremony
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A WARM WELCOME AWAITS
YOO,
ST. HILDA'S Anglican Church in Sechelt was the scene of a very pretty
Autumn wedding on Saturday, Octobey 9
when Margrit Himmel, eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Himmel of West Sechelt, became tlie bride of Mr. Williatp
Gary Billingsley;   only  son - of  Mr   and
Mrs, W. L. Billingsley of Sechelt.    	
Rev. Dennis Popple officiated at the
double ring ceremony which took plg.ce
in the evening at 6 p,m. Organist was
Mrs. D.  Hayward.
Given in marriage by her father, the
radiantly haptiy young bride wore a flpbr
length white velvet gown with full chif7
fon sleeves gathered at the wrist with,
guipure lace and pearls which also ad?
orned tile empire waistlinejrjer short yg'l
was held, in plaae by a single Vose '§$$
she..-wWe lie? mother's pearl' flecWejf$■>■
fpr  sQmething  borrowed,  and   carried' ja'
colonial boMq.U?t oJ" 4eep DinH carfiatipns,
trailing ivy and white velvet loops ahd
love-knots. On |he back was a tJn'oV?
bouquet of a single pink carnation tied
With the pink ribbon froiri her mother's
wedding bouquet. - ,-   .
* TJie bride's only attendant was her
younger sister, MlgS .Theresa Hintii?)^
gpwned in fUchsia pink velvet dress witiij
chiffon sleeves and empire waist deport
ated with w.hjle lace. White silk ribbon
blue shirts.   . .'
The reception was held in St- Hilda's
Hall which had been beautifully decorated for the occasion by. Mrs. W- J. DeHart.
The two-tiered wedding cake made by
the bride's mother and decorated with
white icing and pink roses, nestled in
fuclisia pink net and on either sidef silver
candle holders help pink candles. The
guest tables were centred wUiuiJoral arrangements of chrysantJiemyitts, ma?gVier-
ites and asters, artistically prepared by
J\irs. Vic Walters, . ,*:
Mr.. C. A. Bury from Surrey, B.Q,, a
longtime friend of the "bride's family,
proposed the toast to the bride. Numerous telegrams and message**- of congratulations to the newlyweds were received
from iSwitzefland, Finland, Germany and
the 'iJpited "States .apd.read by tlie^ mas7
ter'of cererr/otifes, Mr' C.'A. Bury.  "'
For hei- d^HghJ.er';js w'r'iding M?s: Hhn-
mel chose to wear 3 plum cplored vfooX
knH with wool.lace inserts pt the neckline and on the long sleeys, beige accessories and a plhk parnation .corsage.
The mother .of the groom chose t mv
qiioise polyester-crepe with matohing long
lace vest, .black accessories and pink car-
natiqn 'Cqirsage, '' 1        \
Miss Gwynnfith Bury of Surrey cuug|it
the bride's bouquet, and Mr. Lance ltes-
*?ay TV nmr 4m
sports spectaculars
NEW York—The prompter of
tllie~tf0f Frazi^rMuharnmed _
Ali fight revealed that his perr
sonal profit from the event
came to $750,0Q0 before taxes
and predicted other major
sporti events wpuld be broad7
cast oo pay television in the.
yfuturei '.""' " "" '"'"'','
Jerry Perenchio, the theatrical agent who promoted
the bout, revealed his prof it on.
a $1,750,000 personal investment in the latest issue pf
Look magazine. Perenchio and...:
his partner, Jack Kent Cooke,
invested $8 million in all, Perenchio said.
According.., to preliminary
figures, the promoter said, the
fight grossed $19,250,000.
Perenchio said the closed-circuit telecast - brought in
$16,300,000 "-ir^thg- United
States and Canada, and
.$1,400,000 in fpreign qquntries.
Perenchio  -  predicted   that
eventually events sycft as tlie
Super Bowl an$ W;qr|4 i^^es
will be broadcast on pay tele-
—vision.
"People who have been accustomed to seeing them for
free| Justus th§y have been in
the past accustomed to parking out on thejstreets for free,
are going to have "to "pay,*' he
said. "And we better get used
to it, because anytjijng other
. ..than that it naive,"
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adorned her long hair and' she.ean'led a"   toil wisp pf Surrey caught the blue gar
colonial bouqu'et uf<,\vhite carnations and lei'- •
trulllng ivy tied wilh deep pinlc rihbpn, The Thanksgiving weekend was spent
Hest mpn w»h Mr; fl'obin Handfprd v'lsting on the Peninsulu, followed later
und Mr. Gerry Wood and JVTr, Qordon Mc- ■'■^V-'a honeymoon trip to'Cnmpnairjlivei*,'
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ColM'itih'I'a) who- immediately prior to January 1, wi, wpre causing or
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ONE thing is cteav s^Qut the departm***!*^ approved-^UxiUary "-service****, *  of education's finance foymula���it' is - ���   ^ v^e Qf ## jhptitMtionaV vtpit for  ^71972 will ho determined fey dividing tfcja  l#*li provincial totftl of approved oper*  ftting costs by the member of instructional  i^*nits in the province in WO,  ' Twenty secondary school or 30 ej.e.-  mentary-Hindergarten pupils pr fr^cti'pn  ihT:omprehensiWe~toTTOst~pB^1e^TrdnBven;  those working closely with it have dif*  ficulty in explaining it tQ the -average  pergon,  Last spring when the schoql bogrd's  operating budget was finalized, it was  ^2 465 in excess of the amount approved thereof ^ e** wfcoof toWwm* fo-  by Victoria for this schooL district. If the gtructionVi unit, "T^ee quarto? p| V  present legislation had beeni w effecj i^tiucttonal ,WU-vi^e is allowed &'  then, taxpayers would have been asked    ?ach apprqved special clasp,  .         . *  -> Airline stewardess  tq film-watching  passengers: ^'Coffee, tea, or,popcam?"  V  c  -��"���*���  I V.  -*'  I**  ger of Clayquot-Sound "Canning Co.,  he'liyed at Clayoquot until around  1908, when he moved to Victoria, He  died in Calgary while still premier  "  " *-���*���Harlan Carey Brewster  A sailor and cannery manager, 'Harlan Carey Brewster, became premier  of British Columbia on November 23,  1916, and served in that office* until  his death on March 1,1918. Hg,represented Alberni in the provincial legislature from February, 1907, to March,  1912; and represented Victoria from   and was buried in Victoria.  March, 1916 until his death. Born at. ���-  With S. A. Cheques ....  * .��"       �� .������  Job Opportunities Program  out this month  ���As of Oct. 25, th government had received 1,440 applications from persons  wanting work under the program- More  than 250 employers, many offering a considerable number of job opportunities,  have contacted the government with their  interest in participating in the program.  To qualify for employment under the  Job   Opportunities   Program,   a   person  mugt have been resident in British Col-  Although the program is .designed; to ���?��� umbia for a year and oh social asistance  to approve- a money by-law .authorizing  the school board to spend this amount  which would be raised entirely tbrov|gh  local taxation,  Despite the money by-law, the annual  amount in excess of that allowed ,by Victoria would have been only $150,742 as  the school board had a surplus of $51,723.  Also despite being over the amount allowed by Victoria, the school board total  budget resulted in a lowering of school  taxes by just over one and a quarter  mills.  ,      There   is   every possibility   that   the  school board will haveHa'go to taxpayers  next spring to seek approval for another  over expenditure and if the situation is  not thoroughly understood and was rejected by taxpayers it could result in real  hardship in the school district.  TOUGH TASK  Budgetting is becoming even tougher  jfor school boards as the Minister of Education has now announced that if teacher salary negotiations result in teachers  getting a' raise in excess of 6.5 per cent,  anything over this percentage will also  have to come from local, taxation.  Teachers' salaries amount to 70 per  Harvey, New Brunswick, on NoVem*-, cent of the budget, Mr. Metzler the secre-  ber  10,   1870,  he  arrived in   British "** tary-treasUrer told trustees at last week's  Columbia in the, early 1890'?, Mana-   school board rfieeting. > ^* _^  ^iiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiniiimmiminmiBii^^!^^^.^  *9  ���JSt��  SUPERMARKET |TD,  formerly E&M  Complete  Line  off  Gifts,  Groceries, Novelties  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  9:00 q,m,��� 10:00 p,m.'  Bernie ond' Pot Shalagan  Hyw.101 Phone 885-9414  iiiiimiii  All "TN l,MV P-dlnt" products ara quality guaranteed,  end sarrv ti*} eq*il of quality approval. "The Uuv  P^t" te ,9, *fjr��jt-qua|ity national professional  dapwater bren'ul'pf pwt, You w��uid expect to pay u  ���Rr��m!u"TV priG!? far this putstandfng quality, but  kmwz m wnda-lt Just for you, the homeiover,  You'irflnd ItflttraqtWely pr|ced. Buy 'Luv now by  tM quart, by, tHf��) flal'on. Paint on the beauty of  #%uy."    ,  Buy It at  S^ch^lfc  Phone 885^828  ���INFORMATION folders on the British  Columbia Government Job Opportunities Program are being mailed during  the next two weeks with the November  social assistance cheques, to all 50,000 rer  cipients throughout British Columbia.'  Under the Job Opportunities' Program, 50 per cent of the wages of social'  assistance recipients employed in new  jobs will be paid by the governnient.  In an attempt to explain the compli7  cated system, Mr. Metzler said that' at this  stage it is only possible to guess at what  the operating budget excess amount might  be. He said there is nothing in the Public  Schools Act tp limit * the basic mill rate  set by the Minister of Education,' at his  discretion, It is only in December^ that  the school board knows what the cost-of  the basic education programme will- be  and receives an estimate of the basic  levy." *     ""���**",       " - ."  Another problem is the fact that tlie  school board financial year does not coincide with the kchool .year.,  BASIC PROGRAMME  Giving an explanation of the finance  formula, Mr. . Metzler explained that  each school district's Basic Education Prtn  gram is calculated by multiplying the  number of instructional units in the dis7  trict by the provincial average value of  the  instructional'unit,  plus  the*  cost of  )  !  !  find jobs .for the .approximately ,25,000  "employable" social assistance recipients  in the province, the inforrnatibn folders  are being sent"with all cheques.  "We want to ensure that everyone now  -on social assistance knows about this  program so that everyone has the opportunity to participate," says Municipal Affairs Minister Dan Campbell, chairman  of the Job Opportunities Comrpittee,  The November cheques arer being  mailed beween Oct, 26 and Nov, 5f  .for three months. Those who qualify and  wlio inake application to the office from  which they receive their social assistance  cheque will be issued Certificates of Opportunity, proof to. potential employers  that they qualify for the 50 per cent wage  subsidy,  Executive viewing company's rising  profit curve on ^raph: "Now, that's my  kind of Pop Art!" -      ���- *.    Ihis is-a $3 SPOT!  ' (Lesfe when orf ipntrqct)  Your advertising in this space will r'each  nearly 2,500 homes (over. 9,000 people)  each week. It's the most economical Vfay to  reach imore Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go into more homes than any  other  newspaper   produced   in   this   area,  The times   ;  Phono 885-9654  PRIME RIB ROAST  TOP QUALITY BESF  EXPERTLY PREPARED  $&&&\  \  STEAKS  GOV'T INSPECTED.  CANADA GOOD  CANADA CHOICE  .  i- in i ii <iii ii  m SHORT RIBS  CANADA GOOD  CANADA CHOICE  LB.  ,.-^,��l��."-M,fl��0  B.C. GROWN  No.  1    ;.  lbs.  MIX or MATCH  B,C. Grown No. 1  I  \  886-2522  x00Kiatfx&BBSH&  M��rtMfii����HS  k-i^k^^m^smwmxlsa^xi^Bmh^ms  jgJfaJmM^ahJk^jaili��im����HMmB^^!^  mfammmms^w^^B^^^^^r^^.^^^,  * \  : i  *, .j  *. i  CHRISTMAS CARDS  Box of 61 nttrnctlve cards In 'pbsoWcI  holldny sconoa,  ���,,_ __W?9-!My.0Q��?^jo^ll.pricoJi.60.'^  Woslorn'a Prlco  -88  C/ioc/c those and tho, many other exciting Christmas items  m sah now through November 16th.  your family pharmacy  Gibsons Western Drugs  Sunnycrest Plaza - GIbsoni  fliono 886*7213  Sechelt Western Drugs  Troll Boy Contro - Sccholt  Phono 005-9033  00   V0f0r0r0A*f00fr\i000f0000^*00**^00    r*   T,  if    ���^^**jHK,,0r00w0t -.V^. 0,nfw**.0^0^-0**rL0^**V,*.*\      .A       00/000*^0*  mum mis  i* >'  ttjifrtWjf  <mz~>  -iz.***,  MIXEP NUTS  ,,  By Johnson. Flnvor ��o^lod for froah-  ,    nosat 12 pz* bo^, '     " 1  ���=���^Mfo.-'s auoQQStod rQinil prlco $ ;P��  Woalorn'o Prlco  ��� ���-*, i i.   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Ortmp'IWio  With colorful oarrylnn  ,.Cfte0r.:..-,, ��� .,..^.-...,..���..,,.,..a   Mfo.'fl BUQgoQiod  rotnll price $23,05,  WoBtorn'o Prlco  1999  f*  #������.#        ts^*A/<^ ^^A,* 4A^iA��AAAArt *  M^ AAA AA��^ AA A 44* ���* j***!^^* 0+ flm-t*. *��� A^ A��* * * �� A* **t A J*tf�� ** ������ ��.  0* n4^pi'fcl��tiMi**t.#ifcri*4ihm��*p��tf* ��*��-***njn.M m M^^AffiM^fitAf* ^nt��AJi>i  ..   ���;. ..    , .   ..    ..       .       ,,,... ,. . . .    ,.  \j*^^itt^^/i.j*0^mfa0***+r^���^^*^^0*^^^^^A***m*t*i00��*0M00.0*00*^ *n,A. ^0000.^^^00 m**m%.^. jm j*. a, a.     ^  *"n*^A ^ AA-*A  J*.   I\   01%   ��t^^^   frJf Ind****! -it Nootka emptied,the > 11,(5,  trading ship Boston in iQQQ, killing ^  PWt two orewrnen who"were made slaves.-  l*wiai^^  4 ' ' It  or rampifg  BELLBOY  SEE  ���i  290 W. 3rd, Ave.   ,  Vqncouver 10, B.C7 ���  874-5919  COLEMAN  HEATERS,  LAMPS and  �����,(��*��--��� STOVES  ALL TYPES OF PACKBpARPS  HUNTING CLOTHlNq  GUNS and AMMO  SCOPES and BINOCULARS  EMI HSU LJI  Section B  Wednesday. NoyenibiBr % 1971  (1971) ltd.  ori Gibsons Wharf  Phone  886-9303   -  Gibsons,  B.C,  Week in custody . , .  B'.ovooai  SY1NINGS of 8^00 PfM,  ****  <l  ;onows snop jim  Co-operation  With co-operation from ^the ,cp.nv-_  munity, recreation progr^HWieY ljj.  Gibsqns ^re giving people of all age**,  an opportunity to become active.  . Helping provide" funds for the purr  fqge**Mgp ohase of lawn 'bowling equjpment  brought oiit f*fom England are Gib?  sons Athletic Association represented  by President Larry Labqntq, Royal  Canadian Legion B^anpli 109 j"epri^  sented by Vice-president Jack J$prr%  and Christian EducatiQn director '%?  the United Church Mrs. Louise .Hume  who works with the Lp-:��� Grpup.  NOVEMBER 3-4-5  From the creators af "ptje Million years B V.  eiJI^SfQPHER  Ellis  Woollen  of  West    months and placed on probation for ;three Housewife with    screaming    Kids  to  Porpoise Bay, following a guilty plea    years. He had fceen reipanded for a pre-    salesman: ''Gpiild you come hack later���  October 20th to a charge of theft under    sentence report. > when the children jire in ppljege?''  $''50 from a Sechejt store, appeared last  .Wednesday October 27th for sentence;-J  w> *  EFFECT  7 |J,'''7/|.fci -  INCLUDES  MOUNTING  Use Times' AdBrieis to Sell ftent; Bviy* $wg& etc.  with0ldrivSgdwhile Ws^S'ccSed    HRttMM^^  SHOWING 5 DAYS  NOVEMBER 6-7-8-9-10  Matinee Sat, Nov 6 - 2 00 p m  r  J  Peter Rabbit ,  ���    TSfiis of ^  BfcAljUXPOrTEH  t     t'fRF<)i*iir-i)nviiAN(M(->o��>. , '   .   jL,  I *^*j->n'm   T., }tf+<\  **��� yi  Wootten had been held in custody at    in excess,pf .08 -alcohol, was fined .$350 Jfe��  Qakalla  pending aapressentence.report. and   prohibited.:,-jr.om.,-, driving   for   'one    j��hj  ��� i^Wst"'week lie reaffirmed his assurance month, tie was"charged following a motor ^J  that the offence wpuld not .occur ever vehicle accident. Breathalyzer reading "***'  again.  He  also admitted  having been  a     was .17.  Vjsef pf marijuana, however, he tpld the For driving without insurance cqver-  Cpurt, this does not happen to be a regular    age, John Charles Simpkins, of GibsRns,  habit. Further, during his week's stay in    was .fined $250.  jpaHalla, )>e had,,had .a. gre^t deal of time    Another- , Gibsons   man,, gen- TabsHi  to consider his position. The past week ' was also fined $250 for a similar offence.  b&!3 proved a very meaningful experience  and most certainly he will never repeat  thp pffence of shop-lifting.  ^udge Charles MHtelsteadt tpld Woot7  teh h�� Would suspend sentence and put  jiiift pn probation for six months, during  Whipb.J.i*ne he would be required to re-  |)dri regularly to the probation'of fiber.  gigfpen year old Jerome Julian -en-  tiered a| ?fguiity" plea to a charge of be-  Road construction  commences at last  si:  I  I  Si  l  Si  ii  ii  I  I  8��S  % DAYS ONLY  ' Sat, 13 rMqf'pee 2:00 p.m,  WE WANT TQ BE  TOGETHER /VOW/  HOW QLD IS OLD  _��NQUGH?  Youth Answers adults In  MELODY  NEXT WEEK  (by the Author ot'AIRPORT'),  LONG awaited and lohjg pverclue, recpnr  structipn    of  Highway   161    aetiiafly  commenced  this   week.   {"Suryeyprs .h$ye  been out in. fgrce for past months gaz'et*  *i}g �� minor in possession, He was found    ting  corner^  to  be . eliminated :and".,rp���-     ���s  -  Uf'M.lM possession,j*f liquor djiring :?    rputing where heces��ary.   .       ; '     r    ii   \h\  ^  ' - *   '������"������'-'���-"-*'--������'   -    ���     '    -|  ,.,   jjimn; was   iinep!   ippu r ana   jniR"'mea manning lOPRMuaozer wJi}pivW0U|.q maKe    >  that a^ be js^alreiady on parple tbe; viola- the first cut into a section of ymfi ejimir  tipn   wjll have   to  be  reported   to  the naMng  one of  the hazardpm5  bends  at  Parplfe ^oard: ���        -   ������   ���> frout lake. ���        ,  Hubert Joe faced two charges of cprp-       TFirslvslfsge pf lhe rpad.wprk will be  mon assault following complaints laid by f'*om SeHl3!iiLtQ '^srl's Cove. The, Giljsons  SylVia .'Julian'pnd    Christopher   Juliah. bypass wa^ epfrlier spliedujed for an early  C2oWi was told  that Sy)yia Julian now ��lW'l but tbis lias bP,en help up. through  Wished lo withdraw tbe coniplajnt. How- pppositipp to  various    route    proposals;  >i**&0**  JA1  ��               0             0  7v7fT.rr  **    < i -  *  *���              u   ��� ���  0*      \  J r  ���rr*-  7  V  -         '           1  00         t  a-" ,*--,     -l.  <  roiMimyiwwiM��iiJ|��MiwuMi��jiiyiiii<ij iiu u  as  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiir  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons 8B6r2,0ii7  ever,' Judge l\ljtte)steadt explained  tbat Latest opposition bas beep registered by  b'otb , ctiriipiaipants   bad  been   informed, 'lie Regional Bpard-gnd Council of Gib-  Wh^h.isying charges", that they wnuld not sons ,Jja^, expressed, concern    that such  ,  be/permitted to withdraw at. a. later date, objections could bold, tjie project mV an- ���  Jpe asked fp,- a" remand Jn order to    oU!e,* ft*w ye^'  obtaip representation, tliai was therefore T���n(n ��� ,..    .    .. .       7. j ,  held over for one'weejc ��� .   ? ��^^ ^ in Ihl'pes of wasbing and;  ,      JosepJ,.L,  Bonner of Sechelt Entered    !!n"l?f J",Hf rV''"8 ,niax ^".K .'   IX J'uulHy'V.prea   to u, c|large  of driving      P��"H VQU idare, list mp as a dependeotjH  While "under  suspension,  He  was  fined  $J00 und advised lhat thp offence carried  ixii' automatic 10 demerit points,  GIBfJOWP  Apppi-H'ing in Gibsons "court October  14th, Arnold M, Blomgron of llol)erls  Crook was placed, on probation for two  ��� i'pars, He was ohnr'(j(M'wllh possessipn of  np offensive, weapon, following a family |  dlspulo, , ,  Appei|i'ing bo'fpro Judge lyiltlelsleadt  thy ,Hent��)>co on a similar charge,, Gordon  Ldslio (".'liick/.also of Hobprls��� Creek,, was  son-. |o Iho J^owor Mainland ,Regional  Cnrreclionu) Conlio for n period of'six  '  ,     QIBSONS  SWAP & SHOP  ARE YOU MISSINC3 THE  BARGAINS?  Runabout,  Wringer Washers,   |  ����� Chrome Set)*), OfflcQ Desk,  Wa tor Press uro Tank,  , Located behind  MqcGregor Pacific Realty Ltd,  I  g, ,.',' Gibsqns. 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WI'** W.194Upf^flptf i*|lplJ|��,)HnA\la|tflUl  vywi  A  L ''*^('.^Pf'':^iav7|\^K������>,���'-���'. -*���    '���:���.���  ���������'        :i.-    r;*.1        -' ,  Beatrix Potter tales  this week at Twiligtit  Pago 8-2 The Peninsula Tlroea  , Wednesday, November 3,1971  �� B.'y "r ��� f   ,    i i1*1 ,' ,    n'   .'im      'iii1   iM.'m-  TJtlBAL waifare,  prehistofio"  avid a cl|itiat|c tidal- wave caused,by  the birth of the moon ''When Dinospm*^  Buled the Earth", starting on "tyed"j'?S"'  ctay evening for two; days, this weelj t)\,  tlie Twilight The^lie. Feature attraQtfQH  of this movie is Victoria Vetri, t\)e }n\o��t  female discov "        " "  Productions  Pfend, Jemima    Puddle-Duck,    Squirrel  , . Nrttltin, Mr. Fox, Jeremy Fish6i�� and, pf  mopsm;^  .'P0Mrpei peter Rabbit himself. Filmed jn  the Lake District of Britain where Miss  Potter was originally inspired in her cvea?  Won of this wpncfrovis vvpjld of. littje  people.  ''Melody", pue of the most touching  overv    from Hammer' 'tfihh.. ��8T*d  **'>tei'*a'hing fllmtJ yet  made  about/  who findTi-Smliu o &<'$*Mven> * ^Ingaoon. Starring Mai  l~,T. hu���}?���5*? m-R'WVe^'Lefl1er and Jack'Wild from "QliverV }  ��� ftSfa  f-y I  c^yA/yX*< ;  \  i  E. fV nV  00.  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  amongst a family of dinosauvs  Tnen slatting on Fuday,  Noye}ntH***p>  Gth for 5 days, "Peter Rabbit and TftTea;  ot  Beatux  Pottei",  the   absorbing  presentation of those classic stories for children. Members of London'? Bpyql Ballet'  company pei (tot m in the costumed * yojes  ot  such   notable  in  -{^replly. excellent iciolc at love on the subr  t^en level; complele without black cats  and warnings.,  ft  David   Thompson,   the  maker  of  the  west,   died  characters  as -pigling    JVJontreal in 1857,'  great     map*-  a   pauper   \i\  NEW! FANTASTIC SPACE-AGE PRODUCT  HP'  Never ,'  Wax Your  ^ .Car  Again  GENERAL meeting of Area B ^Ratepayers  Association will be- held" at i\\e Welcome Beach Hall on Saturday, November  6, at "8 R.m. All 'members are urged to  attend and new members will be wei*  come! Bring your problems and suggestions so tliat the directors will know liow  best *to  serVe  the  organization. ���   ��� *   '  .  -There is now additional space in, tl}e  .--"by Mary Tinkley  '(. '������-������ ���*��,- .  .      ;  girls from thg ^Residrntial School at ,Se^  chelt who were 'brought up by Mrs, Pat  Murphy.  *.. HalfJPQpn.Jiay Recreation Commission  is,surj6ly to be copgriitulated on th^ successful organization of such a worthwhile  project.  COWMUNITV ASSOCIATION /  Welcome Beach Community Association held an executive meeting last week  at the Fritz Leuchte home and planned  a "Lucky Thirteen" evening for Saturday, November 1.3th at 7:30 p.m. Ther.e  . , ,_ ... , , . .. ,��� , ., will be prizes and surprises, so come along  !1!!J X^l^A^ Everybody welcome:  Admission   price ��� of   50- cents  includes  hall and, thanks to Jim Cooper and Andy  Hansen who made available the use of  a bulldozer for two days' last week, there  is plenty of room for parking, This brings  the work of the Halfmoon Bay Centen-  tlie Committee is meeting this week to  send in its final'claim to the federal and  provincial governments and to make arrangements for the official opening.  FILM SHOW  The nejct film night will be on Thursday, November 4th at the Welcome Beach  Hall at 7:30 pm when the subject will be  France. A remarlrably eonft-prehensive  programme will include films on AlSace,  4he Pyrenees, the castles' and rivers of  France, the mailing of champagne and  two '"French cousins" Jersey and Sark  of the Channel Islands which were once  French. There will also be a gtudy pf  Mafcel Marceau, the great French mime  and a tribute to Napoleon by an old soldier.   '   ��� ���' V        .  HALtOWE'EN'' i. ��� ^ Ay^ ���. ������  Witches, goblins, eastern prin(^^��,���  cowboys apd even one preschooler cunningly disguised as a mushroom, were on  the prowl last Saturday night. Fortunately* word bad got around that this was  to be llie night, and consequently everybody wus prepared,  After 7:30 p.m. it was remarkably  quiet throughout the area except for one  spot, the grounds of the Bob TrousdeU  home wJiere tjie children gathered ..around,  a Jnige bonfire toasting marshmaUows  generously donated by Mr. Jim Cooper;  Hot dogs were served J>y the Halfmoon  Btfy Recreation Commission and the;  Mercer and Lnakso boys 'put ori *'u' fine  fifoworks display. Almost all the children In llie Buy turned out lo this event  and   the  numbers  ww swelled   by 14  lllllllilllllll[l  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer for  ^-tzenith  fleetwood  admiral - philips  >p     * '  *     #  EVERYTHING FOR'  HO/^E ENTERTAINMENT  *T ' V *T *F        ,  Ph. 006-2200 Gibsons, B.C.  Siiiiifilliliiiiil  refreshments.  .     *> ���  HEBE AND THERE  Mrs. Mary Walker is horne after visiting her son, Bob Simpson, at Port McNeil  on the northern tip of Vancouver Island,  22 miles nortn of Port Hardy. Bob, who  is an engineer for the Rayonier Company,  - has just moved. his family into a fine  new home. His wife, Dorothy, drove Mrs.  Walker to Port Hardy for the return  journey and they ran into a blizzard.  From Port Hardy, Mrs. Walker flew back  to; Vancouver. At present Port Hardy is  connected to the Island Highway by a  restricted road, but it is expected there  will be a public road right through by  next, sunjmer.  Louise Rutherford was in Vancouver  last weekend as the guests of her'cousins,  ' Dana^artdPOreen Spence, �����   :\  ' Mr. and Mrs, Joe CunJiffe have been  working on tlieir waterfront property at  Redrooffs where they plan to build a summer cottage. They are well-known along  Redrooffs as they were the former owners  of the Carl Repix cottage. Tliey liave  now bought Bill Robinson's lot next to  the Jack Temple property.  Safe motoring  B.C.  Automobile  Association  has   Issued  u' reminder to motorists to bo extra  alert since Standard Time arrived at 2  a,m. on Sunday, October, 31, ,  '������! It takesv a number 'of days before  drivers' again become accustomed to the  early darkness that accompanies the time  ���change, the BCAA says,  Three guidelines hhavo been issued Jiy  the auto club to wisp' tlie transition,  imd ruud hour commuters are urged to  take special notfc of them;  ,At lonst for tlio first' few days of  Standard Tlmo, reduce driving speed and  increase following distance,  H�� especially aware of pedestrians,  who thfiniwlvos will not l��i nmifilomecl  'lo the time change.  Roniunihor not' to look directly lntoi  gliulnH luNidllgblH, Center vision should  bo foamed'on the right edge of the traffic Ihiki, whiJo oncoming llghis sliolild be  kept In Iho sldo vision,  The BCAA also says Hint now In tl>��  Ilmu 1'oV motorlflls to hay henrlJIghts  and wllidshlclds (���Iqanod for maximum  visibility, nml to nialto </<!i'tulii tallllMhts,  tiirn,' ni|(nu Is and hlijli ai)d low hunms aro  J'u|H!tlonlnh'  properly,  FLOORCOVERINGSLTD.  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaort Road, Glbifons  Phono 606��7?12  ��� CARPETS    * TILES    * LINOLEUMS  HOURS?  Closed MotidoyrOpon 9 o,m,4p)m,�� Friday Night Til 9 fin.'  000000*0*00  6-  Rugby Cougars  Elphinstone's  newly formed  rugby    Dave MaeDonald^-Bri^n MacKenzie,  team is creating a lot of interest in   . Steve  Littleiotih,  Al  Simmons  and  the popular game, and also putting  up a goo4 slt'd-w in exhibition games  ��� with.���,-veiling teamsr'-feist..- .\veeH,  Argyie wbieh is a league learn had  to play basd to score 10-6 win over  Elp^ifistojcie. Players pictured from  left h&oit*. tow, with coach Mr. G&vy  Grayr Gary Sluis, John Crosby, Steve  "Hill, iVUK'e" Xawsen,'Barry IPranske,  student manage^/ Dale Stephenson.  Fii'ont: P'pho Pihcho, HaMy. ^amp-  man, Torn Blain, Mike Shui"hsky, Ken  ���Wing, Bole) Solnik, Bill Mfk* Bret  Cryderman and��Brian liudas. Not^ In  picture hpt also teaiji mernbers are  Larry Khoiwles,70^*7Bulger. Mike  Egan and Resrry Drummohd.  Cleans ~~J^ TtieNew  Glazes IVIiraele Glaze  Protects Shines Lihe  Weather proofs   , A Diamond  ;  SPREAD    OM ,  . , .*��������� WIPE OFF ....  For a mirror-like GLAZE tliat lasts ..... and lasts * - - and  lasts.  Will easily outshine, outlast ANY wax polish.  NOW AVAIIABUE AT:  Marshall Wells, Gibsons �� Ken Mac Parts, Gibsons  Sunshine Auto Parts, Sechelt  ���1 *  A COMPLETELY NEW BREAKTHROUGH IN AUTO FINISHING!.  ptf  M  To buy a "new" home:  $5,000 Second Mortgage Loan or  $1,000 Home Acquisition Grant  A 'Second Mort^ngo Lonri tp a mnxlmurri of $5,000 or fln out-  rlalit Homo Acquisition Grant ol up to $1,000, |s available (or  persons buying a now homo.  To qualify'for the Loan or .Grant, you must bo, tho first .occupant of tljo homo and must havo llvod In British Columbia for  12 morithQ Immodlntoly procodlna tho data of, pMrchnso or  'completion of construciion,  Tho Loan can equal but cannot oxcodd tho dlfforonco botwoon  iho cost of tho property and tho first mortoarjo, This Loan or  Qrqnt can servo na part of yourdown payment,  Provloua Annual Brlllah Columbia Govornmont Homo-owner >  *���* GrantB rocolvod will bo rloduotod frorr) tho'^ljOOQ^rant, but 7  not If you choosoa Spcond Mortaaoo Loan.  .. i ��� ,   i . - ���  To buy an "older" home:  $2,500 Second Mortgage Loan or  $500 Home Acquisition Grant  A'Second Mortoaqd Loan to a maximum of $2,600 or an oul-  rlah| Homo Acquisition Grant of up ,to $600 la available for  ppraona huylna n,n oldor homo. 7 ���    .  > t  To qualify for tho Loan or Grant, you must havo boon a tonont '  occupylno rented accommodation r;ontlniioM6ly In BrltlHh"  Colurpbla for not loss thnn ?, years Immediately precpdlna Iho  dolo of purohaao. *  ,���ProylpUB Annual BritishColumblapovornmontllomo-ownor ���  '  Grants rocolvod will bo doductod from tho $6qo Grant, but not  If yoii choose a Second Mortgage Loan,  Interest lower" than on Federal N.H-A,  jlrst mortgages    .  If payments are mado promptly there will be an annual refund  of Up to 10%, roclucl'no the effective Interest rata on a 26-year  Second Mortgage Loan to 7V*%; For example, tho,monthly  payment on a> $5,000,26-year Socopcl "vtortgaQo Lpan Is $41,OQ  but the 10% refund would In elfocf reduce this to $30,90, On n  $2,600, 25-year loan tho monthly payment Is $21,00 and the  effort of the 10% refund would reduce It to $1fl.Q0.  Most Mortgages Fiifly Insured������  without extra charge  Where applicable, If Ihe borrower who la Ihe principal .support  of lhe family dlqs, llio Government of British Columbia will  'forolvo iho remalnlnrj debt, There Is no ohnrpo for this Insurance - nor fire there any application, legal or registration  foes orolmrgoB,'."  Annual Home-owner Grants  ���-redue'e-your-property-taxos^*^^  Once you have purchased your now or older homo ynu become  eligible for thd Homo-owner Grant of up to $170 annually - an  Important factor In helping to reduce thp amount of. your  properly taxes, '   *  FOB FURTHER INFORMATION MAIL-THI8 COUPON  Provincial Admlnlstrntor, Home-owner ftBMGlnncQ.  Popiirlinont of Fln��ncu, Pnrllamonl llulldlnga,  Victoria, Rrltloh Columbia  PIqubo oond mo full information with regard to Iho'  Second (vJorlgago and Acquisition Grant ohi  ,*  NF.W HOME  Name  AddrassJ,  *t'  OLDfIB HOMf;  ���*i**ti*'  ���***0m0W000^,0+0+mW0.  0*m00t0wlfmi*k00-*<00w-0*,0m*0W0t0*��m0**#*00?0*0*#  "Ml|M��r"*H��l���IF<��P��F>^f<��ipMp*�� 0*000 0*00, r*% P  * 0*0* 00*m pm fmmy'fm mtw** f**0 p*��|fM|p�� m^m fmm ptm f/*-*0 m  THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  ��� DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE : ���, , ���        wrV.wP*����  HON. 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' i,.'s..'.   i.  Elphinstone School  sporting schedule  Sechelt Teemen coached by Terry  Rodway are off to a good "start this  season with two wins in two games.  From left4-front:   Greig Mottishaw,  Teemen  Bob Sully, B**ad Rodway, Wayne  Goesen, Keith Rodway, Tirp Woods  and Brtan Flay. Back: Eddie Duns-  ford, Trevor   Paul, Gary   Benner,  George Bailey, Dave Jackson, Tom  Gibbons, Wilf Nestm^n and ,Cory  Mottishaw.  Sechelt Notes  ������by Peggy Connor  Solid downpQur   and bitter  kept most spectators-in their cars  during Sunday specer games but it  did liothing to darfipen the young  ENTERTAii^^NT for foyr skoals on   sters' enthusiasm. Soaking wet, the  Wet Game  winds spurs (white shorts) battle it out on  a wet field at Hackett Park where the  Hotspurs, short a number of players,  were defeated by a mofe.experienced  team.  Friday, Qcti'29 was * proyjdfd' by. the  Junior Red Cross grpupfrom Elphinstone  High School in* Gibsons.  The four schools Enjoying the puppet  show yjeie, Wes| Sechelt, Seciielt, Davis  Bay and Gibsons, time not permitting  othei   schools.  "The Inst Ride of Willow Witch" was  the name of lhe show which is lhe first  attempt al puppeleering, and was all their  own idea, dialogue, puppets, staging ,and  all excellently done. Amazing tn bear  this was then  first product inn  The young people taking part were:  Km en Dombroski, Patly Wing, l'*ls and  Yoku Zuduima, Anno Issaian, Tina and  Eleanor Lonnelierg, Lori llodway, Jjun  HtHidiHiin and Kalhy Maicrolh T)ie tea-  clu'r in charge of Iho Junioi Red Cioss  is Mrs. Hea Hanking and the man in  charge of Ir/inspoitipg stagu props, Mr..  Rill llaiiliin.  The .Junior Red Crosa is very active'  and put the' money thoy raise to good  use, They donated money lor the fmm-  luie in the rhildiun's wind al SI. Mary's  when ll Hist openi'd .and the money from  Friday's olfort $M 00 from nd-mMon  price ol hv will go for hooks and toys  nt the hospital. Tliey hcnl lasl ycifr for  their piovincial project a wlinolehalr to  CiimplHill Hlvcr They also scihI -iifiO each  year lo �� hcIiooI tu flicccc,   '  One of ||)i> lbs! icsidenls In Die Si'iJr  lor C'lU/eii Homes, Mis Mkl'ord, has mov-  eil to Niirth, Vnjicoiiver ,her neighliors  Weie MOliy to sce'her go,  Mr, nii��l Mm, H, flucU"liuvu lukun up  nmlduiict) in the Henior C'lHron Housing,  JVJr Jlm;k Is fast liucomlng a fupilllar fl-  gliri! ildlng ai'ouiid Occlmll on his |��i-  cyi'le,  Rcchell Auxiliary lo Hi, Mary's Hospital jm-i'tJni' will he lipid lonioii'ow, a week  early owing to lhe holiday, Km I her plans  will lie i/uido for the loithciimlnii Hinor-  gas|)(|id( Ofifilbenn ntyle, ,  Tho Novcmliiir meeiing ol the Hechdl  fhownlH lit\ will bo h'liti m Mrs, J-ynn  Jorgennen's,   Halfinoon   Hay  ou   t|ie  !lld,  The Socholt Chlofn will have a homo  game at Ihe Jliwrvc Paik SalunJny, Nov,  (I, ��o |f you want to sou a good nooi;or  game II will lie stalling al 0, ji.iii,  Teemen aiid" Pender Harbour Hot-  Mdhy helpers * . .  -, -r-rr, . .  90 students participated  in fund-raiser walkathon  Kpaus, Ann Kruse, Cjndy KMrucz, Mary  LeI'-age, JS*leanor- Lonneberg, Georgina  McConnell, Mike.McKinnon, Catljy Mac-  Lean, Norman MacLean, Colleen JVIcPhed-  ran, Micliael MackJam, Kerry Mahlman,  George Matthews, Norma ��� Miles, Lori  Montgomery, Katliy Marerofi, .Janice  Miillen, Jerri Mplleii, Shannon Murphy,  Debbie Nepbit, Lorraine Nestmon, Judy  Newton, Tim QJsop, Tpny Petula, Trevor  Quarry, Shelley Rathburn, Lori Hod way,  Michele Rogers, C|)orJuine Rudolph,  Brenda Sanderson, Marld -Schneider,  Abby (3hufjita, Popi Hommorfield, Karen  Spencer, .Hm Stew, Ir)s Vedoy, Pam  Wagner, Pam Watson,, Vivien Widson,  Kathy .WJljng, Kathy Williams, Teresa  Wilson, Patty'Wing, Graeme Winn, Danny  JSuoff, Els Zuldema, Joka Zuidemn,  Tin* fiist settlors to inkn up land on  filth Kprlnff Island nrrJvfrt hi HI0��.  ELPHINSTONE Secondary School's Oc-  tober 24th Walk saw lhe road between  Gibsopb f��nc| Sechelt lined witli more than  00 ro^y Cheeked walkers plodding happily  towards the finish line at Sechelt's waler-  tl'Ollli.    ' i  Aim behind the walk is to laise sul-  flojenl fluids' to enable tho school to buy  an offset printing machine so lhat students man prpit tlieir own year hook and  newspaper,  ���Tri Ihe finst students havo sought donations from businesses aiifi orgamzalioiis  lo |ielp pay tor the coat of Ihe yearbook  Which wus now reached lhe bubslanUaJ  figure-of fJl.riOO per year.  Elphinstone Sccondiuy School says  "Tliank You" lo all those who helped iu  Ihe fund raising walk, in pui'Uculnr; T|ie    Sunshine Coasters Itadlo Olid); Hoynl Ca- "   narlian Legion,  Hoheils ("reekj all those Mother lo siliail soiv:  "Of couise J'm  who pledffofl money lo Ihe walkers; the     l'l"'l you're above iiYcrage,  bul  bear in  parents  who piovidod snacks along  the ��� .blind that  nowadays  Jlml's below-aver-    couple  joule, and Iho walkeis themsulves, Any-     "��"���''  fritferu  one who did not make a pledge to a  walker, and would like to assist iu Ihis  piojoo! could send their donation to; Ml-  phlnslone Year Hook Cluh,  Wa)|*eis Vvllo iiarliclpaled  are:  Ken Honneii, Sandy J'onnott, Gall  nkinigren, Keiry Hlomgren, Huth Hloh)-  gron, Susan Hunyan, Wayne Cumpbell,  Tlm Cotton', Hholley Currl'i, Wnldo Dahl,  Hi tuida Dei by, Leiillo Dixon, Suhiiii Dixon, Dennlsu Domhn/skl, Kmen Dom-  bioskl, H|o||iird Egan, Petei- English,  I.Ulan Evans, .Melody Jfaiuwoll, VJokyo  J^fiirnlny, Duiiciui Kinlaywm,' Marg Kln-  JayHon, Chuiyl Erands, Cindy Grafe,  Kathy Hralo, HroiKla Hall, Calhy Hamilton, Mai'alyn JlansiMi, .lanni Hail, Mona  IVill, David lluulm, Eiuuk Huvius,  Q-jyunda Hiivlofi, Maiy Ann HojiscJi, Ken  Heiilu, Dubby HID, Steve Hill, Hoxanno  lliu/, John Hnh'ion, Luuiii Hooker, Alflu  Jrffrlrs, Clnudo   John,  Pat  John,  Lisa  ON pCTOBER the 27th the Senior Girls'  VfllleybaR team travejled to San^m-  ish to participate in the Howe Soqnd play-  4owns. The girls played very we|,l and  defeated both Squamish gnd Pemberton  ip best of five series three games to one.  The gjrls now enter the North Shore zpne  for playdowns to enter the BC provincial tournament. Congratulations Girls!  Another Elphinstone team was also  victorious. The Senior Boys' Rugby team  defeated Pender Harbour 14 to 0.  This was Pender Harbour's tyst  g��pne, but in taking the defeat the team  shoved bp congratulated on their fine rustle and effort throughout the game.  Scoring for the Cougars were hooker,  Tom Qlain, break forward, Gary Slips  and winger, Brett Cryderman. DaveJMq^  tionald rounded off the scoring by con7  verting the .try by Gary Sluis Brett Cryderman also came very close onv two other occasions when lie entered "the goal  area only to be tackled and knocked out  ot bounds  The Cougars' next game* is on Tuesday, November second when they will  Uavel lo Vancouver to play Pnnce ot  Wales  Baskethall season will be stalling  witJim a month and alieady the Senior  Boys' Basketbalil team are well underway  Coach L Giant is really giving the boys  a workout in preparation for the up-com-  mg season He feels his team could be a  ieai contender.  Tlie othej , Elphinstone basketball0  teams will be starting practices sliortly.  The Junior boys will start practicing on  Monday, November 1st in preparation for  their big basketball tournament 4o be held  on December 3rd and 4th. Seyen teams  will be coming ffom various parts in the  lower mainland to participate.  Anyone interested in refereeing basketball games please contact Miss J. Wil-  son.otMr. G. Gray at Elphinstone Secondary School.    "  Indian speaks  BOB Joseph: I am an. Indian.  I speak with a, bias���.and  passionately���because I feel  that Canadian society can no  longer afford to remain dispassionate.  While Canadians'' proudly  boast that it can't happen here  ���that there is no color bar,  that there is no discrimination  ���more and mcire Indians are  begnnipg to feel that Canadian society is subtly racist in  content.'  If Canada is to avoid tragic  confrontations, it must differ  from those who blame the  cultural differences and tlie  stigma of the sterotype Indian ("drunken, shiftless") for  much of the' problem.  The civilization of a nation,  it  is said,  is most  accurately  measured   by   the   way    the  ^nation treat its minorities,  If ope remembers tliat, the  original ipvasion by the wliite  pian destroyed the political  and economic- institutions of  tlie Indian, then the pdlitician,-  ' employer and labor surely  face"a'n equal responsibility to  help improve conditions. Society must give the Indian a  chance lo rise beyond his state  of social deprivation, social  disintegration and political importance  With half Canada's 244,000  Indians under the age of 10 it  Is obviub we are nol a dying  race. We are a young and  growing race that requires the  Interest and involvement of  management and labor to give  tbo Indian a chance at achieving (in adequate economic  base,  Given that, Red Power need  pot be a future force to reckon  With,  ' ..i.i.i.    Havo you heard about tho  fexpn who diives u Volkswagen inslend of a Cadillac?  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Cowrlo St., Sochelf, P.C,  )iiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii��w����Mi>iiwiwwma^i��mM��..tfjJ��a  000000  Phono 895-M96-7  i  ��# f !jj��*|fi #p*^jj(t^*i*s**fi ^$*^#<tmir**v*0^^'��>^^ #^i& m *^ * -# *��� ^ 0i *��� f \* wi* r*-*-?-/���*#*#���������*��>* #  'mm  . **,% . * *  iiAm^mm^mm  V  :i .^5c_^^s^rr_r^E��  '^0���Mf-  T  ' V  ���'i  it  ' ��*-;  '-1  ���*"���  ���*���- i  t   <G  H.  ���"3\  *-B���  rv -aniiii'i**  Jf   l/-��-**���> ^rV    ttU'll**"  ' ��� ^ ^*. -  \   w   -  \ ���  'A  V-* i  it'/  /  /  SasiLJai*.   Patz/ St.- Pierre  -^-Letter from Parliament Hill  UNITED   Nations, New   York ���Some  short notes,  important or otlierwise:  But the time: this appears in Coast  Chilcotin, the entry of Communist China  to the United-^fa-  tioris ^wilj. probably,  have been    decided.  However,  the opening day of the debate  was memorable.  Albania,   prqposer  of the resolution to '  seat     the    People's  Republic of  China's  _-7 Entertainers  Elphinstone Secondary School's Red   thralled throughout the entertaining riette    Essa3,an,    Tina    Lonneberg,  Cross group gave four special pre-    performance, they raised "funds for Karen Dombroski, Eleanor   Lonne-v  Halloween puppe'try performances to   those in need, Entertainers under the berg, Leonard Beaudoin, Els Zujd-  Elementary Schools on Friday and    supervision   of Mrs.  Bea    Rankin ema, Lori Rodway and Kathy Mar-^  besides holding .the youngsters  en-    were: Joka Zuidema, Pat Wing", An- eroft.  Safe Motoring  POINTING out that the night-time trpf  fie death rate is two and a half times  that of the daytime rate, the B,C, M\o*  mobiie Association is advising drivers  how to play it 'safe after daM.  Make sure you can be seen, keep vehicle lights ip top condition, see that  your vision remains normal and know  where and when to look,  Reflective tajag. can increase visibility  When applied to the ends of bumpers and  the rear edge of doors. When stopping  for emergencies, motorists should pull  onto the shoulder as far as possible.  Parking lights should be switched on if  the car is not equipped with a four-way  flasher, Flashlight, ^-tla* es or refleqtors  carried in the car will warn drivers  should a breakdown occur.  To obtain maximum 'light, makQ*sure  the battery is fully charged and that  headlights are properly���aime^ W thftt  they can reveal objects $t teasti 3*50 !feet  ahead, Lamp lenses should be cleaned ���  regularly, and windows itept free of fog.  Driving with adequate Msiqn, says  BCAA, means making sure that eye'  glasses+~if you wear them���are properly  fitted. Sunglasses should never be worn"  at night. .Factors that impair vision include smoking, the use of alcohol,' lights'  inside the car, and a lack of fresh ai**  eircnlattngl in the car, Also, a. driver who  leaves a brightly-Ht building to enter a  car should give hia eyes time tp-adjust  to dim light.  * On open highways, drivers should look  ahead as far as the headlights extend  When meeting cars, visipn should be  focused on the right edge of the lane as  far 'ahead as possible, When a car approaches from the rear, v a driver should  not look directly i* 'he rear view mirror  because he might oe blinded by glare __.  from the following vehicle's headlights,  BCAA also cites these special techniques for nighttime driving:  ���Adjust speed so-you can stop easily  in the visible distance ahead,  ���Slow down gradually when stopping  to  allow other  drivers  more  reaction time. L  ���increase following distance.  ���Flash headlights when overtaking,  ���Use high beams on rural roads and  fleeways  when   tliere  is  no   traffic  neaiby.  . ���Use lower beams i when within  300  feet of an oncoming-car and 300 feet  of the driver ahead, '���  ���Slow   down    after    ntefiting   bright  ��� lights to give eyes time to adjust.  ���When driving- oh hills  and  curves,  slow down so you can stop in the  ��� visible distance ahead should you encounter an unexpected obfecle.  ���:*���*  ��� A    ��  4f ,     /���  .        'I*  "V.  i,i�� I vdtqjijp  ^����7*���\'-**Jl'   'i'.:  *%r0*r+Z't* gj  ',*'*"��-������**   '     Tf  .Al.00*.-'*.*\ \ .��\,   ��� r  $^>j     :#  !  V  %*. *L ...  _ V--"'* -���-'���-���'  rt?r^x^'\A:M'  ^***Lh?*****  %'*t. *-w* j.  ,r -i'/-\ ���-*=?-�������*" ?���"**"*" chair, dealing in the  "/" J**\ ��� "*;>f ' language of the old  ���;-,7 Cold War in attack-  , ing the United  States;  The United States, which favors admission of the Communist government to  the Security Council but seeks to retain  some seat at; the.. UN for .the Formosa  regime, deploring the "slanders" of the  Albanian  delegate;  -.Nationalist China, abandoned by the  United States, as the prime representative of the Chinese nation, trying to make  the best of what is a very bad situation  for Chiang Kai.Shek'^rfii^ernment;  .,,.  Canada, in a very short' and unemotional speech, declaring that the charter  provides only one seat for China and that  this must be occupied by the government'  in Peking.  Being among,the first day speakers, "' ^ ���--**:. Reaction  w5d?,w��"Mi? ofvth��se_.cwntriest *ea-   Puppetry will never lose its fascina-    ior students at Elphinstone, provid-    was held    in Sechelt    Elementary  sS The^afte7a?thlJamfa?euLnt^    ��on for children and this particular. ing what could strengthen into hap-    School with gay Halloween decora-  pro and con were put forward by deie.-_ show was evei1 more enjoyable for    py association between senior and    tions, just right to set the mood for  gates of some 60 other nations, news- * the little folk* for it "Was designed,    junior   students. This   performance   the presentation,  paper attention.dwindled and was largely    arranged and presented by the sen-  replaced ih< newspapers here by stories  about ..investigation, into. New Yorkpolice  corruption.'      *    "' ;'  Ak^  A New York policeman, against whom  there is evidence of graft, has appeared  before the investigating commission and  Qn television to explain that everybody'^  doing it���taking payoffs from prostitutes  and drug; pedlars and enhancing their  regular salaries by $600 to $800" per  month.  A member of' the policb commission  appears pn television to plead with" the  public to consider that the evidence of  an accomplice to crime is ' somewhat  .suspccit. (In our law, the, uncorroborated  evidence of an accomplice to a crime is  not accepted,'but'American law Is different;)'   i ������'���;.. '    ���!������.������������'    ���������������   ��� .   ������   ������  At,the same time, hundreds of Now  York plalnclothos'tpen have boon transferred to oilier "duties, i,-  Much of the public debate seems to  centre on the question of wlictlior Homo  ot; all involved in payoffs.  "'���** "',',*      ���  .Tlier,city. Is 'cleaner than when I Inst  wpont Homo time hero  threo years ago,  perhaps bocauso \ gnrbagomon'B   salaries  have been raised to the,'$11,000 mark.  llio air |h- brisk with son breezes from  Long Island' Sound, Consolidated Edison's  towju-lng HmokentnckH, bcsk|o the United  , Nations  buildings  sciem Co bo omitting  Jess Htoam anci,Hlhbko' than I remember,  But  two  membprrt of  the  Canadian  ���Mission were mugged recently In trying  to   enter  a   restaurant,   moving   In -Iho  public, domain   only   a   few   feel,  from  taxi doQr to'restaurant'door,. Tho 12 year  old non of miotlior member of Uio MIh-  sloli wan beaten on Seventh Avenue nt 11  a,iii, Ho wan going |(, a imislo lotwnn and  tliey .took his Kuilur,  Limt night, I'lfio |)'u1Im|h v/nro flro(| Into  tho kltelinn of tho Soviet UiiIoh'm nml)HH-     m , nn n . ,>.  rmtlor.  A child  of, one of LVjwZ>    ifZZt.%,^ W��n"   ��lHlU,rH, V ^0rH  inlHHloi)> ineniberw' wiih killed  no   lon��    "' ���..." 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X-Ray�� examined by chest specialists of the B.C.  'Health Department for: TB, lung cancer, heart ab-  hormallties and other respiratory diseases,    \  CLINICS WILL BE LOCATED AT:  '.���'.,'',..���       ��,       i '      fp  Wednesday, Noyember 3���  Van#l - Roberts Creek Post Office ���...l-4 & 5-8 p.m.  Wednesday, November 3���-  Van^2 - Selma Park Legiop Hall 1-3 p,m.  yan.#2 - Davles Bay El School v,....5-8 p,m,  Thursday, November 4���-  Von-H - Gibsons Ppst Office 1-4 & 5-8 p.m.  Van#2 - Sunny Crest Shop Plaza .....J.l-4 & 5-8 p.m.  Friday, November 5���  Van#l - Gibsons Post Office .,..M and 5-8 p.m;  Van#2 -Sunny Crest Shop "Centre .....1-4 & 5-8 p.m.  CHRiSlMAS SEAL5"  ..'       FI0HI  RESPIRATORY  PISEASES'.  Wh  board h out of order, Telophono repair*  men are oh >lrlk�� iniro,  Tlio .,'uconomkfi of the oily defy com-  , prehoniilon, At my hotel, the InundorlnK  of a Hlilrt cofilH 0(5 conln, pliui oho-lhtrr'  additional for !M hour hcivIco. (Tho 'M  hour norvlco taken lonj{or ihun M hourti,)  Klvo blocks dlniunt a ntoro In oolllnu now  nhhlH for $1,00, ................. ,  In'tho. luimo ntoro I  (Uncover that i   .t'riu;jurti D, 'Jlobortii Crook'a, J��,li,'HoiihIiJ  ciui liny ii pew liandlferclilof for Iohh than    rldern 2,  my  hotel eharjum, mo for wh'hIiIiik <��i>��. J)'V. 'I.^rluj-iyr Vn'u 'I, Tlmbormoii 1,  DIV. fi and (I, Goii|?i��rH y ItouRhrUWrH at  Cillmoim 2 p.m, Bravoit v UobortR Crook  nt*Hnekott��Pjnrli':il*J':nnhrtrVlklM(fBrv"CnlC"r"  (lonlniiiral, CIJl>fionit 2 p,m. ...  J)JV, 1���-Clnmo tlmo 5? p,m, TotomH v  Tlmhormen id Uaokett Park, HoalooKhr v  Sui'or Valu at Madplrn Pn^k,  WEEKEND nERULTB  JilV. 7. 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'.,  -~-4  t-.  -Vt,.  \  The Peninsula Times Page B-5  Wedftesdoy, November 3# 1971  |r ���vr-  ~TO, *-*4"*y Morton Chqrnuin  " AFTBB being away 4MayV Mrs, P. A,  Jones has returned from overseas, the  journey from London England ��to Mont'  -real in i\ J3QA.C jvimbo-jet being just si>t  hours, .Mrs. Jones had a lovely holiday  in South Africa wheie she spent some  time as gu^t of her son Dr. and Mrs.  Ian McLeod, and her daughter, Mr. and  Mrs,.Arthur Fuller, M>'S, Jones enjoyed  seeing her nine grandchildren.; in Johanr  nesburg she stayed with a niece Vivien  Tellett. Also visiting Purban, Cape Town  and other places, having an altogether  pleasant vacation.  -<���������   MrV and Mrs,  Robert Emerson  have  returned, from a 2 week  motor trip to  ���Nevada and California, stopping ,at Reno  and Sacramento and other places along  tlie way.  Mrs, Crosby Sr. who Was a patient in  St, Paul's Hospital is better and she returned Tiome on Sunday.  Don and Andrean Howell are liappy  oyer the birth of a daughter Denise, who  arrived on Thanksgiving Day .at St.  Mary's Hospital, Sechelt' '    - *  Mr.'and Mrs. John Manton (nee Harris) observed their wedding anniversary  ' in October.  HARVEST DINNER  St. .Bartholomew's Chureli Committee  held the annual Harvest ^Turkey Pinner  on October 34th. It was capably convened  by Mrs. Nancy Kruse,  Attractive decorations in the harvest  theme graced the well., appointed tables  and a very delicious meal was enjoyed by  tlie large number of people who attended.  The ladles were busy of course, but  it was noted that the men assumed responsibility and worked well, creating a  happy atmosphere. Charming ginls were  servers. t    *���'.!'  Those in charge thank all who assisted in making this fair so successful.  CONVENTION  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Haley .attended the  B.C. Provincial Senior Cltizeps Counsel-  rlors Centennial Conference in Victoria,  held at tlie Strathcpna Hotel, October 27  to 29th. They considered it a splendid program with excellent speakers. A total of  110 attended.  ��� This was tlie third three day seminar  to be held by the group which has also  held a number .of one-day meetings.  Hon. Isabel Dawson gets due credit  for establishment of sefnior citizen's counsellors. Mr. Haley is counsellor for this  area. He is available to assit persons over the age of 60 with such problems as  Superannuation, old age pensions, supplement andjegal matters.  While there, Mr. Hailey appeared twice  "* on Channel 8 TV and spoke on a point  of interest to senior citizens���hearing aids  now available at only $50. -(  Conference entertainment '"''included;  wine and q!ieesepfcpty,-banqiiatittnftia^ea  at Government House.  IN BRIEF'...:... /.. ���uj}.7.^;.��� ���_v  Newcomers to tlie comrtiunity'are Mr,  and Mrs. Carl Smith and two sons, here  from Port Edward,��� near Prince. Rupert,  Now residing at Gower Point.'  Mr. and Mrs. Ken Black and family,  7.also new residents, bore from Richmond^  ��f*  1  /'  S  J  Bays Paul SU Pierre  ss s Knees are okciy  but lower air, fares better  AIRLINE stewardess's  knees are  okay,  but  lower passenger fares" would be  appreciated more, says Paul $t. Pierre,  MP for Coast Chilcotin.  ' "The passenger enjoys seeing the  stewardess's knees,' byt ne would gladlly  do without that for a cheaper fare across  the Atlantic," St. Pierre .told the B.C.  Aviation, Council at the Harrison Hot  Springs Resort Hattsl,���      J \'.7 ;  St. Pierre said that lintjl this year  when it leased twg pc^gs, Igelandic Airlines had the slowest pWuiesr ail propeller/ graft; the lowest.fares, an$ the highest Rassenger loads acrpss the J^prth At,-"  lantic.  , Icelandic flies from New York City to  Luxemburg via Rekjavik,  Icelandic, he said, average**! 72,7 per  cent" of Us seats filled in 1869 against 54.7,  I'    ^    .'' '  Bible Comment  u ,  \ , -'   ^qM^tlojH? answered  THY wartf is a lamp unto my'lietTand a  , / light unto my path.- (Psalm U9;105)  ���   ^nestipn:  Why  i?  there  a  seeming  for  members, of  the  International  Air    lack ,of interest in Pible teaching?  ,  Tr^nspor*-Asso*?iati��h. ' J Ariawei-i Ttere &$ QUite   liHelya  St,. Pierre quoted a magazine article    mim^F Qf answer^ tg tlite aueation'. Some  gf ths factor? invslveti  in a complete  answer might be:    .^ , .  ,, l. Lack oi Bible Knowledge, (fiospa  4:6:. My,people are destroyed for lack  pf knowledge,) Having refused to be  guided by accumulated knowledge of. the  past, our present age must learn tlie hard  way what will bring peace and joy, and  what 'will hring misery and ho^less-  pess.  ��� 2. The lack of humility- x (Jeremiah  g:31: ".., therefore say my people, We  are lords; we will come no more unto  thee?)   '  3. The lack of spiritual teaching. (Jere-  whiph said that Icelandic had earned $1  million on $27.9 million of revenue  in  1969.  But "CP Air, he said, had eafppd"  only about "$l million Qn $150 million of  revenue.  "How come little Icelandic has. done  so well flying prop jobs?" St- Pierre asked. "First, it "Cheated a little by not joining I ATA, hut I also suggest the reason  was,Icelandic, put itself in tlie position  of the customer and askedrWhat-does he  ��� want?"   .  He called supersonic transports a preposterous development that had wasted  ajjillisris.qf ta?cpayers' dollars in the U.S.,  Britain, France and Russia to save 2%  .        . �� ���      *��� It    A4t *?>���      r . miah23;2: therefore thus saith the Lord  hours flying time across the Atlantic at    ^"Vferael-against, the  pastors that  35 per cent higher cost.  ^  ^  \  x  S.  Qti Sunshine Coast  in eig  s  PROVINCIAL    Gpvei:nment, specifieaMf*^4ake  a few  minutes ��� of  an  individuals'  Bowling on greens is a very <}l<i find  popular game which has now M&K  brought indoors as carpet bowMiik.  Looking ��or a recreation Wbip^ CQUt$  be enjoyed by people of iall a|0fi71fe  Lo-C Group thought this woil'l" ;M  Ideal, and with support fromGlJ-vsop  Legion and the Athletic AsstieiatiQTi,  Carpet Bowling N  the game is now underway every  Thursday at the United Church>IJali  from 1-4 ptm- Trying out the..gam�� is  Mrs. Louise Hume, Mr.' Larry La  bohte, Mr, J#ck Morris and QAPO  Branch 38 president Mr. k.D/Mae-  Laren  ��� ���' *  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of .readers, ond not*, necessarily iho.e of The Tones, A  noni-ile.'pltiine may be used-for publication, kilt oil originals must be signed by lhe wirter.  Easter Seals  Sir: I would like you to know "that  the response to the 1971 Easter Seal Appeal was indeed heartening. Donations to  the Easter Seal Fund and Special Events  to September 30, 1971 amount to $172,666-  This is an increase of $22,494.00 over the  1970 Appeal.  There is every reason to believe that  through your generous efforts the people  of British Columbia were made hetter  aware that Easter Seals do help handi?  capped children and that this Society is  needed by these Same children.  We are currently planning needs for  Pender Hi-lites  1972. Prices don't, seem to be going down,  and .requests for assistance are increasing.  $240,000   will be   required   in   1972   for  transportation;  $80,000  will he required  for summer camp, and $28,400 for special  help to special individuals and groups.  The Easter Seal_Fund covers. thj. dehcits  of all theie programmes. M-sy~"l thank  you again fqr your efforts in 1971. They  were  warmly  appreciated.  And,  may  I  look   forward   fq   your   Follow   through  in '72. The campaign will run thrQpglw  out the month of March.  ���r-T- MART   KENNEY  Easter  Seal Appeal Publicity. Clhairman''  Worthy cause  Editor, The Times /  Sir;  Op behaj| of the Ladies Au**"*")-  the BC Division of TB Control along  with the BC-TB Chrfetmas Se^ Society'  and the Coast C5aribaidi Health Unit all  combine to bring the large grefen Christmas SealamQbiie cljest x-ray^c}inics known  as Operation Doorstep to the public for  the second time in 8 yeais.  Surgey , organizen Ed aJVlcLachlan said  today that over--1.20,b66 persons per year  have been provided with free tuberculin  skin tests- and*-ehest x^ays :since the" vans  began blying the numerous highways of  British Columbia. He said that the aim  of Operation Doorstep was to provide  this important service to a minimum of  70 percent of the entire population.  - McLachlap pointed out that TB continues to be one of BC's worst germ  spread diseases. He said everyone in a  particii lar -cpmmu nity should., do his or  her part in maintaining a healthy family,  and community. He said that over 1300  persons per day could be handled on the  two clinics each day arid it would only  Popular school choir  Gibsons November 21  SUNSHINE Coast Arts Council is pleased  . to announce the coming of the John  Oliver Scliool Choir to the Sunshine Coast  for one performance daily. It will be lield  at the Elphinstone Gymnasium t in Gibsons on Sunday afternoon Nov. 21st from  2 pm tq 4;30 pm;  The Senior Mixed Choir of the John  Oliver   Secondary  School  was   officially  time to-attend a clinic of their, choice,  -Residents would receive a schedule  through the mail,, schedules would" appear  iq the newspaper and women volunteers  would be visiting their neighbors to remind them pf^he service being provided.  Everyone 6 months of age and over  should attend. The jcjjildren in secondary  schools have already been tested and  would if-positive to the TB skin test receive a chest x-ray when the van is  located near their scliool.  Chest x-rays are examined on a daily  hasis by Dr. C C. McLean, Medical DirJ'  ector of Surveys, for TB, lung cancer,  emphysema, silicosis, enlargement of the  .heart, and all other forms of respiratory  disease.  MeLachlan went ptr* tp say; Jhat it  took 8 years to cover thei entire provihce  qf _RC and residents should make every  possible attempt to attend a' clinic and  help to stamp out tuberculosis and other  respiratory disease.  feed my people; Ye have scattered my  flock, and driven them away, anci have  not visited tliem: behold, I will visit upon   .  - you tlie. eyil of your doings, saith the  Lord.)   %  v;"4. The affluent society has deceived  iHis^ (Psalm 39:6: Surely... he heapeth up  riches, and krtqWeth not who shall gather  ihenv) ,;,   .  What W8S type .of Israel in the long'  ago is still trpe in the. twentieth century.  Question:  What does the  Bible have  to tSay ^OUt the = pornographic type  of.  reading itiateriai  found  on   book  racks  these days? '  Answer: The Bible doesn't speak  cjirectly upon this matter, but the prin- .  eiple enunciated in Philippians 4:8 covers  it very well if we consider that language  still lias meaning: ''Finally, brethren,  " whatsoever things are true, whatsoever  things are> Pure, whatsoever thingsTare'  lovely, whatsoever things are of good  report; if there be any virtue, and if  there bp any praise, think on these  things." -     ,     '  >,|gTT""'^  /r,{>.f,>T.%,!i-.f;iai7",'11'fctf *JtSf,ini���'m- ���.l.'jt,���klAtA  i,**���*"  Afj"i '. i  f *      *      \     \ *r. . "S     .  ., r.,.^,^;,,...^.,.,!.^    iaries to St. Mary's Hospital, I would like    started in 1946 by,W* S^rwood, Rpbson  fpy Cindy Harris   :tp.than^*you: and youi- paper';fpr1 -the*-   and taken over .ini|.95S-:%*M^f-Te<^si��pel.  INOW YOUR BIBLE  CAMPAIGN  In order to encourqgejq greater Interest  In  ihe Scriptures a  special  FREE Home Study Bible Course Is  now being conducted,  This course is;. .  ��� Completely undenominational     ���  ���, Absolutely free of charge  ��� Conducted entirely by mail  (No one will call except on   ���  request)  ��� Based directly oh the Bible  FOR FRE* LESSONS r  Applyi E. B; Sovorson,  Box 468, Gibsons, B,C  SJC5B5  000m00*00m00mm00��*i*mwammm**w**%  "���wiwimwi,,.,.,.  THE  PENINSULA TIMES I  ���������-.-���' ������������������ - ���---���'���- ���-" *���������' ��� I  %mmm matmMWKMmimm^^mmm^0uirm0^mifU��unmmmmm mmMtmmmmmm  WEDNESDAY saw Pender make their  debut at rugby-' The boys travelled .  down to Elphinstone and received a fijjir  lesson in-teamwork and some qf the finer  polpts of Uie game; Elphiristone's previous outings showed to good effect and  they gradually overcame Pender's indiVo  idual methods, especially when Pender  tired in tlie'second half,  While everyone gave'.'"iis' utmost, &p$*  ciui mention must be made of tlie tacJ*:-  Jing of Brian Munro and some crashinjg  runs J*y Glenn Harris and Chuck Falcon-  bridge, Tho latter gave Elphinstone polity  to worry uboul, Elphinstone finally cmite  out on top by three trjos and a conyei7  slon (14) >|o nil,  Wo look forward to our next .meotlng  and. hope to solve some of the problems,  thai showed up in |hls game,       ���        ���  VOLLEYBALL  Tho rot urn mulch of volleyball was  plnyod nt Brooks on Oclobor IIOIIi,   *    '  'i'lio ��� rirfit gnnm was our grndo plght  and nlno girls, against Brooks olomontary'  girls, Pondor lost  all llirco games lull),  ' ll-mr' 0-lfi,  We hnpo  they'll do ���better  llOXl    tlll)(|. ' ���  R��nlor girls worn next, making n b'et-'  ' tor show I'or Pondor, winning nil tlirc(,i,  f-iiinoN 10-11, in-3, lfi-1):  Boforo iiny mora gnnios wu wnru, sor-  Vod n dolldoiiH lunch of salndfl, ciifipcr-  oJw jind buns,  flonhir bny'h was tlio ni(|*ij oxolllng  Htiino, (*|l boyrt playing oxtrnmoly v/oU,'  winning Iwo vory o\ono .giuiins, Ifi-lll, 7-  lfi, 17-10 worn Iho wows',  Tlui lust gnmo wiin Junior girls, which  wi��h pliiynd nniHtly by ihu grndo night"  niid 'ulnn's who did iinuuli liotlor in lliln  giimii, wllinlng mil tlunn giiiiuiH. Ifi-ll. I fill, I (Ml,    ��� (  IlAflKKTBALL *'     ���    "  /Vnolhur oxclllng gunio of hiiNkntball  .-���w��iM-pluy��d��byrj��onflc>i'"'iaonloi,~hoyBj:*''(inrt'w''  tlio Oldllinni'H nii Tlniividiiy, Ootolmi1 all,  Both loj'tniH did niutili b��tt��r )ilHW<iok  wllli llm uunlor boys, winning ninth),' dtl-  ,'10, ( ' ,/    ,  HALLOWEEN DANCE  On liVlduy iwnln/i On|ni)��r 'All, \]\o  Rtiidnntii Coiinull upontiorcd u Ifnllnwooii  DniH'd In tho iiohiiiil gym, Hy all ropnrla  It WAS B Rl'flftt. HOCOOtin, ,"  ���:*t,Q,'- :thank; .yot|: and^ ^your paper'^fpr' "the  splendid cpverage .you gave ��uri recent  drive foj- the'Red Cross Bilqod l^ank, Also  the merchants and ti^e Sunsblra Coast  Lions Club who sponsored pur 'advertisement in ypui^paper,./ . .;'y   . .'[  A very special th|inlts-tpTthe wonderful people, whp ^ave tlieir blood for such  a  good  cause,  ......... (Mrs;) MEL RAINES  Ultra leftist  Editor, The Times, ,    ; . '  Sir* The demonstrations by Christians,^  Jews and citi/,eiis of ethnic origins who  huvo demonstrated (his week ucross Canada where ever'Premier Kpsygii)'--appeaiv  ed Is surely indication that the Canudian  people did not approve of Rrime Minister trudeuu's j waltzing with the J*.eds,  *������,��� Never before in tills country, huve so  many diversified groups uni't6d to fflmw  thoir disapproval pot only of persecutions  behind Iho iron curtain but of the Prima'  - Minister's  continuing  revelation  of his  ultra left Jennings,  ��� Tho funny th'hg is that wb^n Mr. Tru-  denu's long time SooIhIIhI background  was rovoaled at tho Ume of the Inst  Fodoriil olociioh most of Uio nross, rudlo;  Ty. und polltlcul purtlos condomiiod tliik  d'it*iiih��ntod backgi-bund as "luvto", Today  wo two ntho demonsti'utions laboJJod nd  ��hnt(i", Ynt (lioso very samo peppJe, wore  thu first to dupionstruto against Prutildent  Nlxnn whon ho vlsltod Cnnnda unci do-,  monfitrato regujurly outside Uie U,��, Em*  ��� biisHy nnd loonl cnnsuisj -     ,:,  Apparently tho "halo" smour Is ro-  Hcirvod oKclusivoly foi- thoHo who de-  nioiiHtrnlo ngnlimt tho.ovUs of Communism.       ' '   ,    ,  P, M. IIAIWlfiQN  and taken ovier ih495&��^  There was a very congenial, ���tfrell-bal-  anced "group of boys and girls with good  voices eager to sing together and the re-  spit was the formation ��� Of the (Senior  Mixed! Choir. It grew from -45 members'  in 1940 "to the present 110 members.  ' Many good musicals have, been staged  -ik--by the Senior Mixed Choir among them:  pinian's Rainbow and Wizard of Oz, The  'Chorus has sung every year for various  radio stations including three trans-Canada broadcasts, It bus appeared on chan-  GAS AND ELECTRIC MIXERS  POWER TROWEL - VIBRATORS  ' GENERATORS - FLOOR SANDERS  ' FLOOR EDGERS - GAS & ELECTRIC  HAMMER DRILLS - PAINT*SPRAYERS  DRIVE-IT GUN - SPRAY-TEX MACHINE  JACKS 7 RECIPRO SAWS 7 CHAIIjJ'SAWS  PLUMBING AUGERS,  PLUS MANY OTHER TOOLS  -        FOR RENT  4 4GARPJEN BAY, * B.C. ~~~  ^ Phone 883:2585  nels 2 und II and made recordings in 1903  and 19(50/   ���''       ''7 ��� ������������  , Fruquen't .Winners of the 13.C, Music  Competitive Festival in various ,6Jusscs,  (operetta, folk songs and mixed voices),'  the Soiiinr Mixed Choir also arranged  choral exchanges with schools in the  United Stules of.'"America, such' as Van-  couvcir, Wash, (twice), (Seattle,.. Wush.  and Grcshani,J Ore,  In May 1070 the Senior Mixed Chorus  took purl in the B.C, Centennial Music  Compotltion, winning first" plucu in the  province in the High School class and was  presented by her, Majflsty Queen Elizubolh  with a to|om trophy,  In July 107i) the Choir trnvollod to  ^Wn|,wii, whoro It toiik pari in Iho Intor-  naliohal Musical Eisteddfod and following the conipetllion toured most, of England nnd Scotland giving conourls. ,  In Nov, 1070 pint of tho Choir was'  -InVjlod by tlio,Manitoba GonUuiiiial Commission tn uppeur ul Winnipeg during tho  British Columbia Day and gave, seven  sopnroto porfnrmaiK'i'N, 7 7  ,.',, Arls Council fools wo um very for-  iniiato In hiwlhii lliiri'flno group coming  to Iho Sunshine Coast and wo hnpn llie  'oyont'wiH bo well supported by all miisiu  lovors,  '-Man with X^R^y Eyes"  Dr, C. C, McLean, ��0dical. Director  of Surveys ''for the Division of TB  Control; will have an office in tlie  Coast Garibaldi Health Unit,' Gib-'  sons, B,enduring tW cHrr^nli Operation Doorstep survey of the Sephelt  Peninsula, Dr. McLean could well be  tentred Dip fi^ian with the jf -ray" eyes"  * He has" been connected with Operation Doorstep fsiAce the big mobile  clinics begian their provlince'-wjde  survey in 193ft, and during this period lias ready x-ray plates number-,  ipg ijito the millions. Dr. McLean,  who is a graduate of the Toronto  Medical School, has been connected  wllh tuberculosis work since 19311.  (Outboard and In-Out)  ���;-.-.sffi-,-.>  PACIFIC BOAW  ��� '-for-'' ������,'���������    ���Jr.-- ���;  Repairs, Winterizing  and Storage  ^0 W ?r4 Von. - 874-5919  <00mm0000m00000<:0m00000000000M00*m00000,00f>y  Vancouvor gas lamps \\>ent Intoi opor-  ntlon I'nr tho first tlmo, November 2fl,  111117, ,7    "  , 7-7���j * '���:   Bioko C. Aldarson P.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  ,  Poit Olllco Pulldlno SochoU  Plionp 005-2333,  R��i. 006-31331  Tueiday to Friday 10)30 o,m. to 0(30 p.m.  Sorurdny 9t30 o.m, to liOO p.m.  EVENINGS PY APPOINTMENT  BWD8AN HALL  Jqckpof $300  $'7S TO GIO  ���00*****0*0000 0*000*00**0*000**0*0.00*0.00*02  PENINSULA MOM PRODUCTS (1957) LTD.  P.O. Pox 220  Phono  21 IT  To Sorva-Voar Automotive l\J��i^ds.  'DAVE' WltSOM  'STAW MncCLEOD  Soo  i,  ff_ mil IIIIMI  '"'"'  m*��nTW#Wi����"w  KELLY' HANSEN  1 ff#^-glMfg!gf "*' ''  BRANCH Wo.  140  ILIIODPM  BOK 47 -��� GHCIICLT, B.C  \  ��." i ~i r^s  i A 4  -.  *?*  At  3f>  . * i  l>." *t  - ��� iffi  ,0  , "���-"if5  ' **vU.  '. *t.-%  !  ����� i ��� ���  XI.  ��� ~*t *,*f0H*0        00* >ff   -If ���   ������   000*.      *   > 00* '  ���      *      ���      ���      t  ���    ������!������  ���lltoifMt"*^ ���������  i     l\ *+*���&*. *4r-f*   *1*****  i   If*   4 m*m   *00, *tf   ���  "*��� Ir-f. '*   Il ����    ^i ������  ,,f ���  ���*...&*  ^V.'**  V*  ,   *< H   V-    -ft     ^-*. "��   0*    L*.**000^0**'  . * *!<����� -t  hfj  fr r   -n  ftfl     1  School Disf. 4$ . . .  I-MWIW    �� ��   J m  (���"Hi  advises Supe:  SECHELT School District is'one of the are still many things-which dont get to  best equipped in the "province and the the public ,  standard of edudatiofv' is improving, ' Trustee John Hayes from West Sechelt  claimed District Superintendent1 K R. commented that there are no complaints  Hanna at last week's Board meeting when from his area where people "seem satis-  Public" Relations was being discussed, fled, "If there are any big changes" corn-  Mr. Hanna was referring to a state- jng up, they could be of value," he said,  ment made in the B,C. Teachers Federa- , ,;.,��� -.. . . , , ,  tion Newsletter which states "During the With new programs being adopted,  past three years, British Columbia teach- s^h ���* ^e introduction ot parents as  ers have -Witnessed a steady deterioration' mde? *" $e soh��o1 .spter"> trustee Ber-  in fhe educational climate as the finance l*fd Mulligan felt it would be a, good  formula has ground towards its objective *dea to let the pubhe know what is bemg  ���standardizing costs and reducing coste". done'  Secretary Jim Metzler said that teach- ���     Commenting on the latest release by  ers  ha��e been  claiming that  education Minister  of  Education  Donald   Brothers  has been regressing for Jthe past 24 years which "states that teacher wage hijtes ov-  and he feels this is just propaganda. .er 6,5 per-cent will not be approved-by  The issue arose when trustee ,Agnesr the -department of education and -that if  ^Labonte asked how-the Board felt;about school boards approve greater salary in*  - resuming the practice o|^ issuing- news- creases, anything over the 6.5 per cent  letters to tlie" public,   ��^>   :   ���    ��� j ��� will- have to be paid out of local taxes,  She said the Board Mlies pn jth^.new's- trustee Bill Malcolm said he can see only  papers,' which do a good job, but there problems right" now.  Foge 8-6 V       Tho Peninsula Timet <  Wednesday, November 3,1971  ,\   ( ,.,,,. ���������������. ..., V" "   *'i r< ' ���.���'. n-  ^      bh����  ll'  Annual event a'aj-  .y  ���2  * *  LL\  ��� ' rt i  /  r  \,   00* *      t  L  \  i  i !  ���  7,J/  f        *  1 *���'  0,  *,���>*���* t  SC. Golf and Country CInb  Trophy presentation dinner  DECORATED, in autumn' theme with  . colored leaves and ~ pumpkins, Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Clubhouse  made a pleasant setting for the Annual  Trophy Presentation Dinner, held on .  Saturday night, October 23.  A. pumpkin���headed golfer with golf7  ball eyes and golf-tee teeth, made up. by  Lou McPhedran, was on guard at the  trophy table which was an impressive  sight as the trophies had been up-graded  this year. .���,.,,���-  A very enjoyable hot dinner was served by a team of the ladies headed by  Doreen Matthews. ... ���  Following     the   dinner,  ,the   1970-71-1  Chairman of the Match Committee welcomed everyone and introduced Roh'Mc-  ��� Phedran who acted as  master of ceremonies.    ' '-  Trophies werevoresented to winners  and vouchers to ttre runners-up.  Junior girls-MJncle Mick's trophy,  Janet Clayton. Junior boys���Uncle Mick's  trophy. Bill Sne'ddpo*! Runher-up, Kim  Gregory,  Men's spring match���shiejd, Capt Harry Stuchberry, Me^'s summer match-  shield, Wolfgang Reiche.  Miiced  4*ball-7*Wa!,te*r    Morrison  MeT  morial trophy, Wolfgarig Reiche,. Eya Mol-  lick,   -' '."���' ;.' ���  .���'   '  Senior ladies���-K.j Butler troplwf^Jean  Mcllwaine. Runer^up, Betty. %to^bull.  Senior Men's-^George Muflett trophy,  Pat Mulligan. Runne^p Bernie Parker,  La,dies Club championship, Virginia  Douglas, Men's Club,, championship, Jim  Bishop.      - ��*-'-������  Hole-in-One-tro^hies:"'\Y. Fraser, Don  DOuglas, Dick Gaines, Ed Sherman,  ���'""It'was noted W^ftis time that when  Molsons recognize a Hole-in-One, they  send a crippled child to a summer camp  for-one .week.  Those who remained had an enjoyable  evening,   dancing  to   good* taped  music  prepared by Don Steep%   f>  /\< ����� = J    . ���-  fJ*,'*U*  * /mb    "���***/  ,'     ;����� /   ���  \  7  *i\  **   \  *>f^r*0^0y0��i0***i  PROTECT YOURSELF!  Use tho Law   ,.$1,95  A $1,��5  ISaw' q must- for anyone who* rents, '*"  ,1," TENANTS BIQHTS.HAHPBOOK  .*..  '-' Auto Insurance rates going up?   \ -  %, FIGHT THATl'ICKET^-J___   'Get o.foir shcikpl                      - ,  ,3, GUIDE TO SMAU" CLAIMS PROCEDURE .......^....Ji $31,95  Forrrt vouf own Company������  4, p,C. INCORPORATION GUIDE (2nd Ed,) ._ .-. J*iU,9--  Obtain your own divorce  5, DIVORCE GUIDE (2nd Ed.) Forms Ind, -7 $12,95  1 ,, Canadians need  $. ��;iVIL RIGHTS  HANDBOOK.  $1,95  M '.Vyork'f or q, living?     ��� , ������,,'*  7. suaboij|r ' Caw  ... _���  $i ,95v  SEE YOUR. LOCAt-  BOQKSTOR*; OR���clip and  mail  this ad to:  7     COAST UGAU PUBUICATIONS LTD.,   1480A Frances Street,  Vancouver t), B.C, Phone; 254-9451  ,Deor Sir, Please send me the book I have encircled. | have enclosed  a'c(ieque or money order for the price plus 5% Sales Ta*. Send it ia;  ���       ,   ' (we pay postage)  Address T~. _ City -   '/  NEED  MONEY?  USE  WANT ADS  TO SEU  SURPLUS  ITEMS  FOR CASH,  - CALL. '  ��� Mr, AodvertUen  These advertising  spaces ��re real bar  gains far yan, Sold on  contract only, For fo"  tails on how fa stretch  your advertising do'*  (or, phono *{��85r9p5^  ask *o* special ad  rote?,  "4  ,  ' * ?  l J  iJ  Madeira Park  ���by David Hyatt  ,: - Chow Tjrpe  Hey Mom, wlien's feeding time! t'wo  pf the friendliest 'two-week old harbor  .seals Reginald and Brigltte were  picked up at Port Moody and North  Vancouver and brought to the Vair-  couver Aquarium, New friend Kim  .. ���-}< f\ :***   -  ON  SUNDAY,  October  24th,   the  boys'  soccer    teams  had   several   games  against Sechelt and Gibsons. The older    Culler reports <the pupSsas tWQ*of the."  teams played arid Sechalt won 67O over  Madeira Park, In the next game, Madeira  Park and Gibsons jblayed, and-there was  a 3-3 tie, The younger teams from the  Residential School defeated Madeira Parle  12^0,  On "Friday, October 29, we are having a Halloween Dance put on by tlie  girls' .volleyball team. Alt grades 6 and  7 are invited. It will be from 12:00 to  l:00~p.m.'The money might be used towards buying school uniforms.  House standing:  House H. is  in  the  healthiest of several reqefttty* brought  iiito the Aquarium, ;._.._  lead with If" points, closely foljo\ved by  House "III with 17 points, House IV is  next with 14 points'ands House41 *with: 7  points. '  Our girls' team is'���'visiting Sephelt to  play volleyball and the boys are playing  soccer at Roberts Creek. We are looking  forward to some close competition in  these  games.  Charles Bngtis5f Presiclent qf Chqr-  |es   EnglisH Ltd,,   is  pleased',.'fro  announce the "appointment of Mr,i Ken ^  Ctpsby as Sales /v^gnagertin.|hvis fast"  t growing fjrm^  Mr.. Crosby has been mo">t successful as a real estate salesman vyith this  eompany over the past few years and  has gained a wide range pt knowledge  in the regl estate field.  He has made many friends through  his effort's and services rendered to  his clients, '. -   .  .The increase in management staff  has been necessary to meet the in-'  creasing demands of this firm which.  , now encompasses many other phases  *"*JTT|Te*Real Estate "Business, as well as  the handling of residential and land  sales,    - .        .  AMONG THEM ARE:  Management & Developmeat of the Y.M.C.A. Langdale Properties.  New-Construction & Financing by first and second 'mortgages.  ^Investment Properties & Appraisals for estate purposes.  Mr. Crdsby welcomes his many friends and associates to visit him at the  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING  CENTRE OFFICE,  GIBSONS  OR CALL 886-2481  AA  7. At  ;i{  '  \ K  ,    fix   X.  t   ��I  ^^*A*^^i^ if. +. f  ,   ��� 1    *    *n   mr*  "*Aj��-K*rt*   >(lfVi  f> -1'  fc��lfc*��*^**l ���**

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